Get Up & Go Breakfast - Life in Action Worldview - Prof Dion Forster

RADIO CAPE PULPIT  |  Podcast , ±9 min episodes every 1 week  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Prof Dion Forster is the Head of Department of Systematic Theology and Ecclesiology, and the director of the Beyers Naudé Center for Public Theology. Every week Prof Dion helps us to express our faith practically with a dose of his infectious passion for life and the Word.

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Prof Dion Forster - 24 June 2021 - The Dangers of Pride

Prof Dion takes us on a journey that warns of the dangers of pride; both the kind of pride that 'puffs' our image and identity on social media; and the kind of pride that struggles to acknowledge our need for others, or accept the kindness and care of others.
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Prof Dion Forster - 3 June 2021 - Trinitarian Living

Prof Dion explores how we should relate to God as Father, Jesus and Holy Spirit. God the Father is our rock, our security, our provider, our source. Jesus is our savior, our brother, the one who is like us (like a sibling - same ‘generation’, lives like we do, understands us and our needs), the Holy Spirit is God’s power (the power of the Father and the love of the Son) living within us and through us to bring blessing and life.
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Prof Dion Forster - 6 May 2021 - Godly Confrontation

Prof Dion share on the importance of have a loving, Christian, way of dealing with necessary confrontation. There are times, for the sake of love and truth, that we may need to engage in some form of confrontation. How do we do that as Christians in a constructive, Christ-like manner?
Dion shares on Eph 4:15 and Eph 4:26
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Prof Dion Forster - 29 April 2021 - Loving Sacrifice

Dion tells a little story about a sister and brother that beautifully illustrates how Jesus does not 'consider the cost' when he gives himself for our salvation and wholeness, and that we should long to be able to love with the same freedom with which he loves us. "But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us." Rom 5:8
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Prof Dion Forster - 22 April 2021 - Temptation and Identity

Matthew 4:1-11 speaks of the temptation of Jesus by the Devil. It was temptation that spoke straight into Christ's identity which His Father had only earlier cemented at His baptism. How do we respond when who we are, and what we are is tempted. Jesus’ temptation teaches us to deal with those ‘struggles’ of security, love and power. This is such an insightful look at identity and purpose.
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Prof Dion Forster - 15 April 2021 - Living With Integrity

Prof Dion helps us on 'how to avoid the Titanic mistake'? Rick Warren says, ‘A life of integrity is one that is not divided into compartments.’ David prayed for ‘an undivided heart’ (Psalm 86:11). He led the people with ‘integrity of heart’ (Psalm 78:72). Supremely, Jesus was a ‘man of integrity’ (Matthew 22:16; Mark 12:14). How can we avoid the Titanic mistake by not not living 'compartmentalised lives' and rather live lives of integrity?
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Prof Dion Forster - 1 April 2021 - Maundy Thursday

1 April 2021 is Maundy Thursday, the day when the Church throughout the centuries has commemorated Jesus washing his disciples' feet. Prof Dion passionately share about Jesus' example of service, humility, and love and the call to us to do the same and prove we are his disciples because we love one another as we have been loved.

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