We can look at Thomas and label him the doubter – he has unfairly been labeled…this is a Bible snapshot of a time of questioning, wondering, searching for him…rightly so. Think about it! Everything he’s given his life too has crumbled. Now hears this story of resurrection from his friends and it doesn’t compute. Thomas is swirling with doubts, but he’s now surrounded by ten...
Speaker: Jack Schull
At some point in our journey, most of us trade adventure for routine. While some routines can be good, we have to be careful. Sacred routines become empty rituals that keep us caged!
Speaker: Mark Batterson
Scripture: Exodus 3, Deuteronomy 6
Doubt is an inescapable part of the human experience. Faith is an inescapable part of being human. We set up an unlivable life when we attempt to live with 100 percent certainty. God understands the doubts and limitations we have.
Speaker: Glenn Barteau
Scripture: Jude 22, Matthew 28:16-17, Genesis 1:3-4, 1 Corinthians 13:12-13
Romans 14 is an excellent chapter for study in regard to making decisions concerning various issues not addressed in the Bible. Since most of what we do affects our relationships with others, study of this passage may help you reach a Christ-like decision that is best for you in your walk with the Lord, as well as your relationships with others. Often it is easy to fall...
Author: Josh McDowell
Dear Roger, Have you ever given up on God? Dear Jay, Yes, three weeks ago, for the first and only time in my life. It only lasted about ten minutes and I was shocked at myself. But, for a moment, I gave up on Him. I had just received news that one of my daughter’s esophagus was spasming backwards (backward mobility). She was throwing up everything she ate. Her vomiting...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Roger Barrier
Topic: God, Church Growth, Discipleship, Doubt
THERE ARE SNOWSTORMS. There are hail storms. There are rainstorms. And there are doubtstorms. Every so often a doubtstorm rolls into my life, bringing with it a flurry of questions and gale- force winds of fear. And, soon after it comes, a light shines through it. Sometimes the storm comes after the evening news. Some nights I wonder why I watch it. Some nights it’s just too...
Author: Max Lucado