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According to recent statistics, 92% of consistent American churchgoers give less than 2% of their income to their local church.
There are many Christians who don’t like church. There are plenty of reasons, but are they legitimate in light of God’s Word?
One of the most difficult questions we ask about God is whether or not we can trust Him. Bad things happen and our faith wavers. Does this make us “bad” Christians?
To most people, serving others doesn’t sound like much fun. It conjures up images of being overlooked, taken advantage of, even slavery. But what if our modern conception of serving is skewed?
We looked at several times in both the Old and New Testaments when worry, anxiety and stress are addressed, concluding that it all comes down to how much we trust God with our circumstances.
In part three of The Christian Atheist series we address the dichotomy of saying “we believe in God, but don’t think we can change.”
Why is it so hard to forgive? Is it perhaps because we don't understand how much we've been forgiven?
Our series, The Christian Atheist, is based on a book written by Craig Groeschel. We will be looking at what happens when we say we believe in God, but the way we live our lives tells a different story. Today’s introduction was: "When I believe in God, but aren’t sure I really know Him."