Andy has helped create several video resources that enable the church to engage culturally significant questions.

Can I Trust the Bible?

The Bible is the most important book of the last two millennia. From sitting at the formation of governments, cultures, and law, this collection of ancient documents has shaped the modern world in ways you may have never realized. However, while the Bible's influence has remained, central attitudes towards it have radically shifted. Once referred to as "the Good Book," many view the Bible with skepticism or downright distaste.

Are there good reasons to take the Bible seriously? Can we even have confidence that it hasn't been altered, adapted, influenced, and edited since its last book was penned nearly two thousand years ago? What are the implications if the Bible's claims are true?

Apologetics Canada is working on a new video project to explore questions about the most impactful book humanity has ever read.

BRANDED: A Series on Identity

It's no exaggeration to say that we are currently living in a cultural identity crisis. Research consistently shows that the number one issue young people are wrestling with is identity. BRANDED: A Series on Identity is a new video resource created by Apologetics Canada to help churches both discuss this important topic and provide biblical teaching. The series is divided into three parts dealing with three aspects of identity: personal, communal, and spiritual. Each of the three sessions consists of a story that gets people thinking and discussing, followed by teaching that explores Jesus' sermon on identity found in Matthew 5-7.

The Human Project

The Human Project is a video series created by Apologetics Canada and Power to Change. This four-part series explores our humanity through the lens of Christianity. Each session begins with a short story designed to encourage discussion on culturally significant questions concerning who and what we are. This time of discussion is followed by a teaching segment that helps us develop a correct view of our humanity in light of who God is, followed by more discussion.

This versatile resource can be used by anyone to facilitate a discussion on the gospel in a variety of settings, including private homes, churches, schools, and coffee shops.

Andy has helped create two video resources that enable the church to engage culturally significant questions.

The Thinking Series

Is there more to life than this? Does God exist? Which god do I believe in? If God exists, why is there evil? What happens after we die?

If you've ever wondered about any of these questions, then you are in good company. The Thinking Series can be used in homes, churches, schools, and coffee shops to discuss life's five big questions in a community of people from all walks of life.

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