Untangled - Part 5
May 2, 2021 • Randy Hageman
If we have come to understand that in Christ we have discovered the truth about life and living, then what do we do with that truth? If it has profoundly impacted us, how can we keep it to ourselves? So, today, we look at how the Apostle Paul didn’t have one set method of sharing the truth, but, instead, tailored to his audience and setting, always with the goal of seeing some choose to follow Jesus. That’s a great goal for us, too!
Untangled - Part 4
April 25, 2021 • Randy Hageman
Does God want me to be well off? Does He want me to always be healthy? Does He always heal people who have enough faith? These are some of the questions people are asking today, especially those who have followed some of the television preachers. But is what they’re promising the truth? Do these teachings align with what God says and actually does? We’ll explore today what some have called the prosperity gospel to see if it really does offer any good news, or if it is leading some people astray.
Untangled - Part 3
April 18, 2021 • Randy Hageman
What can we know about ourselves, about people? Are we pretty good, most of the time? Or, do we feel like we’re a failure or worthless? What’s the truth about us? If God is, in fact, our Creator, then He knows what He’s talking about when He reveals the truth about ourselves. Today we’ll explore what God reveals about us – it may just turn out to be the worst and best news you’ve ever heard!
Untangled - Part 2
April 11, 2021 • Randy Hageman
Before we can identify a source of truth, we have to first decide if there is, in fact, any real, objective truth in our world today. Many claim truth is relative and situational. But is it? Does that really make sense? And if truth is genuine and objective, what serves as our standard, our source, of truth? There are many options, but are they true? We’ll explore these questions today and why it matters for how we live our lives today.
Untangled - Part 1
April 4, 2021 • Randy Hageman
Easter, Jesus’ resurrection, is considered the single most important event in Christianity, and for Christians, the single most important event of all time. But is this true even for folks who don’t believe it happened? Or don’t believe it is significant? Are some truths really relative, or are there actual, objective truths that affect all of us? And if so, is Easter one of those? Did Jesus really rise from death? We’ll explore this question today and see if it has any significance for us.