So, you’ve found yourself questioning everything from God, Religion, Faith, Scripture, life, and maybe even the world around you. It can seem like a lonely place when everything you’ve ever known is in question.
During the Deconstruction process, one of the first things we begin to question is Hell. Often we are taught to follow Christ by fire and brimstone teachings, but what exactly does that mean? And why are we so fixated on this place?
If God operates in Grace, then why are we so focused on our “sin nature”? You may be wondering what…
Let’s face it, we all have about a million plus one questions we would like to ask God. Here are…
If the Bible is supposed to be read as a literal interpretation of God, then why does the Bible have so many translations?
Not all those who wander are lost. – J. R. R. Tolkien
Grieving is normal but don’t let it dictate your life. We may not be able to fully control what happens in our lives. We all experience loss and tragedy in very different ways. But we do have control over how we allow our experiences to grow us.
Can I tell you a secret? You are actually a lot closer to God than you think you are if you are doubting your Faith.
If God is omnipresent, the Creator of the Universe, the one who gives us life, the beauty in all things, then why do we put God in a box?
Change is inevitable. It’s something that we all experience in our life. While change is an objective thing that happens to all of us, the results of change are subjective to each individual. This week, we are talking about how to adjust to change and the importance of community.