Doubts. Everybody’s got ‘em.
And, unfortunately, the church hasn’t always done a good job supporting those who voice their doubts. They’re often met with stock answers or insensitive advice, like “you just need to have more faith”.
This fall, we want to invite our church to be content with being a safe place for the discontent. To listen well and patiently love. Jude 22 tells us to Have mercy
on those who doubt. Think about the loyal love of Jesus for the guy known as Doubting Thomas!
We also want to invite anyone experiencing doubts to press in this fall as we address different doubts — obstacles to faith common to many — each week. If
you haven’t already, join a Life Group! Join the conversation and experience loving community who will walk with you, listen to you, and pray for you.
Can we challenge you a little bit? Don’t just let your doubts fester. As Timothy Keller said, “doubt your doubts”. And as Bruce Cockburn sang, “kick at the darkness ‘til it bleeds daylight”. Lean in, explore, listen, share, study, and pray with us.
Join us every Sunday this fall, and bring those in your life who are wrestling with doubts. We promise to roll out the welcome mat to anyone and everyone as we wrestle together with the biggest faith hang-ups in this cultural moment.
- Why Would A Good God Allow Such Evil & Suffering In The World?
- How Can Christianity Be True When Christians Are Hypocrites?
- Doesn't Science Refute Too Much Of The Bible?
- Is Christianity Just Another Fairytale?
- Don't All Injustices In Church History Discredit Christianity?
- Is Church Even Important?
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