Loud Leadership

Andrew is an authentic voice for his generation who has earned the right to be heard. Thousands of Discovery Campers admire him for his anointed worship and teaching, yet even more have been inspired globally through Young Believer’s Broadcast, of which he is the Executive Producer. He is seasoned, yet savvy, using his innovative ideas to assist his parents and pastors, Tommy and Rachel Burchfield, at Believers World Outreach Church,, Texas Bible Institute and their multiple outreaches. Andrew inspires leaders to embrace the calling and do all they do in excellence.
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Jun 30, 2015

Homosexuality is the hot topic in the nation today, but it's been on a Biblical radar for much longer. In this special seminar with out Texas Bible Institute students Pastor Rachel explains how to respond to this taboo topic and give the biblical answers to cultures greatest questions.


Loves Response to Culture

  • What is culture?

    • Culture is the characteristics, beliefs, customs, and attitudes of a particular group of people which distinguishes them from someone else

    • Culture is not right or wrong good or bad, it is just the way we are

  • We Have to decide our personal convictions

  • If you truly believe the Word of God is without error then you are a bold bible believer and will base all your decisions off of the written word of God

  • Dealing with Homosexuality

    • There is an intentional homosexual agenda

      • Recognition

      • Acceptance

      • Aproval

    • When a face is put with the sin it is harder to stand on your ground

    • Jesus perfectly balanced grace and mercy with confrontation and correction

    • If we respond in hate then we have completely missed the Father’s Love

  • Christian websites with info on homosexuality

  • Do not be afraid of attitudes and ideas that are contrary to the word of God

  • What does the Bible say about homosexuality?

    • 7 references to homosexuality

      • 250 references to how we use our money

      • 300 references about caring for the poor

    • According to the Word of God it is a sin...all sin separates us from experiencing the Word of God

      • The father's love is always there we just can't experience it

    • Eph 4:15 Speak the truth in love

    • Major on the majors and not on the minors when you are working with people

    • The seven references to homosexuality: Gen 19:7-11, Judges 19:16-30, Lev. 18:22, Lev. 20:13, Matt 19:4, Mark 10:6 (Jesus defines marriage), Romans 1:26, 1 Cor 1:9-11, 1 Tim. 1:9-11

  • Like frogs boiling in a pot, the temp of culture is shifting and we don't even know it

  • Leviticus is divided into three kinds of laws

    • Civil

    • Ceremonial

    • Moral

  • Moral law is still in effect the others are not (All sexual sin including homosexual sin is located here)

  • Seven Questions

    • If christians use Leviticus 18:22 to condemn homosexuality aren't they hypocrites if they go eat fried shrimp and wear jeans?

    • Are people born gay?

      • According to science: There is no conclusive evidence. There has been studies of Identical twins that do not have uniformity in sexual orientation and yet they have the exact same gene sequence

        • Romans 5:12, Ephesians 2:1 states that we are born in sin: Meaning different people may be inclined to a certain kind of sin since they were born

        • Example: Generational curses such as alcoholism

      • According to the word of God: We

    • If I have a same sex attraction am I homosexual?

      • No, We all have sinful thoughts of different types that we should not dwell on. Whatever you think on too much you will become

      • The Train Analogy : What ever leads the rest will follow

        • Thoughts: the Engine

        • Feelings/Emotions: The next car

        • Physical Body: the caboose

    • How should I respond to same sex urges?

      • The same thing you do when any other temptation comes your way.

    • Doesn't homosexuality exist in the animal world?

      • It does but, animals also eat their babies, eat their own feces, etc..

    • Homosexuality is now normal so whats wrong with it? Isn't this God’s answer for many of the orphans in the world?

      • There are wonderful loving good people ready to adopt these babies but they can’t just love who they want to love.

      • Normal means a conforming to the standard of the common type

        • Homosexuality is not statistically normal, biologically, physiological, evolutionarily

        • It may be socially accepted but it is not biblically accepted

      • We can not bend the principals of God word to suit the vocal minority groups

    • How do I respond to someone that is gay?

      • We must be accepting, loving, and not look at them as a person who is doing evil but a person who is in a trap

      • We must be compassionate to a friend who has fallen into this trap

      • We must step into some new areas and speak the truth in love

      • Galatians 6:1

      • Luke 15

      • Ephesians 4:15

      • 1 Cor 16:13

    • What relation do I have with this person?

      • Depending on the relationship you should respond differently

        • Peer or Friend: talk, listen, spend time with them

        • Relative: different boundaries

        • Leadership: be even more clear with your boundaries

    • When is the right time for excommunicating/avoiding someone?

      • Romans 16:17 and 1 Cor. 5:9- These scriptures should only be used for when you are in leadership

      • Only when you are in Leadership and you see that it is having a negative effect on the rest of the group

    • When confronting someone who believes they are homosexual use the sandwich method: confront, Lots of love, confront

    • Romans 12:31 do not be overcome by evil

      • Evil is the judgemental arrogance of christians who do not know how to respond

    • 1 Cor. 16:13-14 “Watch, stand fast in the faith be brave, be strong. let all that you do be done with love”


Jun 13, 2015

Summer can be the best of times and the worst of times for youth pastors in student ministry. Peter Burchfield, student pastor at Believers World Outrech Church, leads Embassy Student Ministries and has some thoughts about what you need to do with your summer. If you're tired of searching the internet tiredlessly looking for then next game to play, this podcast is for you.