There are few questions that plague us like this one. Why do we suffer? All faiths–even those who do not presume God’s existence–must confront this. And answers abound. Suffering isn’t real. Suffering is simply a part of a godless, material universe. But how do we, as Christians, make sense of suffering? If we believe God […]

Continue reading

We continue in our series called “Confronting Christianity” this week as we reflect on 1 John 4:1-10 and look at one of the questions most asked. Can there be just one true religion? As one person put it, “It’s arrogant to say your religion is superior and to try and convert everyone else to it. Surely […]

Continue reading

We begin a new series this week called “Confronting Christianity,” based on the book of the same title by Rebecca McLaughlin. The purpose of this series is two-fold. First, it is for skeptics and doubters. We want to be a church that invites those outside our faith to interact with it in intellectually and spiritually serious ways. Second, […]

Continue reading