We live in a complicated, pluralistic and, ultimately, failing world. It is a type of Babylon, a system of collective human pursuits in opposition to God. Intensifying its effect on us is a digital onslaught of information, entertainment, and diversions that directly and indirectly pressure us to conform to the culture. How do we deal with that? This message, the second of a 5-part series, focuses on the importance of developing the muscles of cultural discernment.
As an elder, Frank Fish serves in the Bakersfield and Los Angeles congregations. With a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Theology and a minor in Business Administration he currently is the lead executive in a Southern California custom tour and professional travel advisory firm. He and his wife Valerie, have one adult daughter and they all enjoy travel as a gateway to learning about cultures and history.