A Tale of Two Fathers

On the day after the 10th anniversary of 9/11, here’s a sermon to challenge urban youth workers’ vision of the future — specifically the relationship between Christians and our Muslim cousins.

How do you and your minsitry engage Muslim youth?

A Tale of Two Fathers

Jeremy Del Rio, recorded at Abounding Grace Ministries on Father’s Day, 2011

The Biblical character Ishmael had two dads, an earthly father Abraham who abandoned him to die after sex-trafficking his mother, and a heavenly Father who stayed with him in the desert and promised to protect and bless his descendants forever. What does God’s relationship with Ishmael and his Arab children mean for their Christian cousins?

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