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Drinking and Thinking: A Christian Approach to Alcohol

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Drinking & Thinking: Role Playing – What If’s and Should I’s

Thursday 1st January 1970

Listen to the final episode of Drinking and Thinking, where the UKCSF team role-plays various scenarios to provide wisdom and discernment on a Christian approach to alcohol.
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Drinking and Thinking: A Christian Approach to Alcohol
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Role Playing - What If's and Should I's: A Christian Approach to Alcohol

Alcohol is meant, you know, when, rightly used as a celebratory thing, it is not a medication.
The University of Kentucky's Christian Student Fellowship (UKCSF) has been tackling important issues on college campuses, including the topic of alcohol consumption. In the final episode of their podcast series, 'Drinking and Thinking,' the UKCSF team uses role-playing scenarios to provide wisdom and discernment on a Christian approach to alcohol. Throughout the episode, hosts Brian and CJ offer their insights on various drinking situations, stressing the importance of community, avoiding destructive environments, and being mindful of drinking on dates.
They also caution against using alcohol as a medication for sadness or depression and emphasize the wisdom of drinking within certain limits. Additionally, they stress the importance of respecting others' beliefs and avoiding sinning against them, as well as the necessity of accountability and avoiding secrecy. The UKCSF team's intention is to address important issues on college campuses, and they hope that listeners feel encouraged and ready to take on wisdom and discernment on this topic.
So, listen to the final episode of 'Drinking and Thinking' now here on alcoholfree.com and join the conversation!