Job & The Mystery of Suffering

The Non-Answer That Can Answer the Most Important Question

Pastor Dave Romoser • April 9, 2017

The long awaited dialogue between God and Job is over. How does Job respond and what can we learn for our own journey through pain and suffering?

You Can't Handle the Truth

Pastor Dave Romoser • April 2, 2017

Job comes to "the end of his words" and, as God responds, there is very little in terms of the answers Job - or the rest of us - tend to want or expect. Instead, God crafts a brilliant discourse that points to larger realities that Job appears to find helpful in his wrestling with the deep questions of his suffering and God's goodness.

It Begins With A Death

Pastor Dave Romoser • March 26, 2017

At a pivotal point in his struggle to understand his suffering and God's silence, Job helps us find a glimmer of hope even in what feels so much like death

When I'm Angry With God

Pastor Dave Romoser • March 19, 2017

At the heart of Job's lament, is a growing frustration with God. What if our tendency to defend God's goodness in seasons of great tragedy is actually the response that keeps us at a distance from Him?

Sitting In The Pain

Pastor Dave Romoser • March 12, 2017

In one of the few comforting moments in the book, we witness the healing power of vulnerability and solidarity as Job sits in his pain joined by his friends

We May Be Asking the Wrong Question...

Pastor Dave Romoser • March 5, 2017

Suffering is a universal human experience, but when it comes in extreme measure, we're forced to wrestle with necessary, gut-wrenching kinds of questions that have significant implications for our view of God and His role in it. Over the next 5 weeks, as we journey towards Resurrection Sunday, we'll explore the mystery of suffering through the journey of Job