Do you have legitimate questions about God, Christianity or the Bible that make it difficult for you to consider going to church or becoming a Christian? Join the club! There are difficult questions. Honestly. As a pastor, I have had my doubts and questions.
Maybe you have questions? Maybe you’re a Christian and have had a lot of questions that never seem to get answered. Maybe you’re a skeptic, doubter, agnostic or atheist that just can’t believe in God. Maybe you look at the church and see a lot of problems. I don’t know.
As we embark on a new journey this year as a church, we’re going to be looking at some of those difficult questions. Starting on January 19th, we will ask one of these challenging questions and look at it.
Are there answers to these questions? Yes. Do I know them all? No. But, we can figure it out together.
“Well, I don’t want to just be told what to believe. Are you going to just use the Bible to talk about why I should believe?”
No. The Bible will come up. But, we’re going to look at these questions in a real-life, practical and pragmatic way.
“But, what if I don’t believe and what if I never will?” You’re more than welcome to join us. We’d love to have you!
January 19th, we’ll be asking the question: “Is there really just one true religion?”
(Much of this series will be based on a book by Timothy Keller called “The Reason for God”. It’s available on Amazon.)