We wonder because our frame of reference doesn’t provide us with all of the answers. Every version of religion works for children. But then life happens. We experience challenging circumstances that sew doubt in our childhood faith. Tragedy causes us to question if God is good and loving. Sin leads to guilt and shame. We wonder if God can really love us. Is there such a thing as a frame of reference that can accomodate a grown-up faith?
Show and Tell
December 10, 2017 • Andy Stanley
Better than True
December 1, 2019 • Andy Stanley
People close to Jesus were convinced they had met good personified. So they documented the story. They were convinced it wasn’t just for a nation or for a generation, but for all nations and every generation. This was good news, great joy, for all people—perhaps especially for those of us who aren’t all that good.
An Ounce of Prevention
November 24, 2019 • Andy Stanley
Many times we give money in response to a felt need or in response to a tragedy—it’s emotional and the results are measurable. But in addition to that, what would it look like to become someone who was not only an intervention giver, but a prevention giver?
A Greater Story
November 17, 2019 • Sam Collier
Why? Many times we ask that question when we look at parts of our life stories. Today’s message is an emotional journey involving our guest speaker, Sam Collier, his family, and none other than Steve Harvey. How can your story be used to make someone else’s greater?