Recently, I moved to "limbo land." Do you know how to find that address? Maybe, it is where you have encountered something serious and the doctors have used that dreaded word cancer over your life. Or, maybe moving to limbo land is something good like having raised your children, but then grandchildren are only a distant promise. Maybe, you have been laid off from work or...
Author: Jan Shrader
There's no limit to the good thoughts God wants us to have. So, why do we waste so much time preoccupied with our doubts and fears? How are we supposed to handle these thoughts? Pastor Steven teaches us how to be brave in our faith by developing a courageous state of mind, holding onto the thoughts that come from God, and demolishing the thoughts that take hold of us. ...
Speaker: Steven Furtick
Topic: Emotional Health
Trials are unpreventable and necessary for building our faith. Perseverance in the midst of trials demonstrates the Lord's work in our lives. Even in our weakness, God gives us wisdom generously -- when we believe.
Speaker: Justin Beadles
Scripture: James 1:1-12
King David doubts God because his life is falling apart. He doesn't think God cares. Asaph doubts God because his world is falling apart. He doesn't think God is fair. But when life is slipping away, David and Asaph run to Almighty God to sort out their doubts and anger. We all have unique life-journeys, and God is always ready to meet us at the point of our doubts.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Psalm 10, Psalm 11, Psalm 73
"Conversations" is an honest dialogue about life, faith and the human existence. God is not afraid of our questions. We can approach Him and freely bring our doubts, our fears and our futures. He is waiting to receive us.
What is a believer supposed to do in these tumultuous times? We are supposed to wrestle with God--engage with Him and ask the hard questions. Habakkuk's name means "to wrestle." If the Christian faith is true, then no amount of scrutiny will overturn it. Our faith grows when we hang on to God during hard times.
Scripture: Habakkuk 1 - 3
When bad things happen, where do you turn? Who is available to look toward? Is there someone? God is still in the rescue business. We want to lean into how God's rescuing...
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
The prophet Habakkuk longs to know God’s timetable for justice among His people, but his Creator is teaching him patience. Waiting does not mean a plan is flawed, idle or delayed. Waiting means being comfortable and working with God's schedule. We are humbled when we wait upon God.
Scripture: Habakkuk 2
How long must I call for help and you do not listen? How long must you tolerate injustice? You don’t seem to care that the Babylonians, a wicked and perverse people, are oppressing God’s chosen people. Habakkuk, the Old Testament prophet struggles with these and other questions.
Scripture: Habakkuk 1