June 7, 2018
We’ve all got questions that make us feel frozen, stuck, unable to move forward or make progress. Questions that we might not want to share with anyone because we’re afraid we may be the only ones who have them. Questions about suffering, doubt, hypocrisy, the Bible, other religions, science and on and on. Questions that keep us from connecting with God and others.
But what if, instead of being threatening, our difficult questions were an invitation to a new kind of faith? Questions that lead to a deeper way of knowing, a fuller way of living life marked by curiosity instead of fear, relaxing into trust rather than endlessly searching for proof. Your questions may be paralyzing you right now, but what if God wants to meet you in the questions?
Join us beginning Sunday, June 10 through Sunday, July 8, for our sermon series entitled Paralyzing Questions.