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Hot Topics with June Hunt
October 30 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 5:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until November 6, 2022
Sometimes, the desire for Christians to be relevant to our culture outweighs the desire for Christians to be obedient to our God. This fall in DU, June Hunt will address some of today’s controversies with biblical wisdom, truth, and love in a series on Hot Topics. Join June weekly from September 11 to November 6 in Truett Chapel at 5:30pm as she looks to God’s Word for insights and solutions on nine of the most challenging and hotly debated issues of our day.
The Abortion Dilemma: Tackling the Tough Questions.
What does God’s Word say about the sanctity of life and the preborn?
Bullying: Bullied No More!
Learn about the Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander in order to stop bullying.
Childhood Sexual Abuse
Police statistics say that 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 5 boys are victims of sexual abuse—here’s what you need to know.`
Transgender: Understanding the Trans World
How to address the gender identity issues with the love of Christ.
Domestic Violence: What Victims Need to Know
1 in 3 women in the USA and worldwide are victims of domestic violence—learn how you can help.
Homosexuality & SSA: The Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction
Learn God’s design for sexuality and how to answer the LBGT arguments.
Prejudice, Racism, & CRT (Critical Race Theory)
How to become a barrier breaker—based on the Bible.
Suicide Prevention: Hope When Life Seems Hopeless
How to help those who have lost hope.
Sex Trafficking: Taking a stand and stopping it!
Learn critical information on sex trafficking and prostitution—its impact, causes, and how to prevent, stop, intervene, and help others recover and find healing in Christ.
June Hunt is the Founder of Hope for the Heart, a ministry that offers biblical hope and practical help on everyday problems. Her nightly radio broadcast, Hope in the Night, offers live, call-in counseling from 11pm to midnight.
Registration begins August 28 at firstdallas.org/du.