If God is good and powerful, why does He allow sin and evil, and why do bad things happen to good people? These questions are a natural part of following God, even Biblical authors wonder. We explore why God allows evil, how our perspective on things differs from Gods, and why God experiences pain and evil.
God Doesn't Seem to Care About Me
Sermon & Study Guide
July 22, 2018 • Luke Hildebrand
I Don't Completely Trust Him
Sermon & Study Guide • September 2, 2018 • Terry Dueck
Each of us is on the journey of completely trusting in God, where are you holding back? How do we get to the place of complete surrender so that God can unleash his full purpose and power in our lives? This Sunday we explore how out of intimate relationship with the Father we can make our stand and take our leap of faith into the unknown, but knowing his love and strength will be there.
Let's Not Go Overboard
Sermon & Study Guide • August 26, 2018 • Luke Hildebrand
We all have an understanding of what the good life is; the dreams and goals we have for our life. But what happens when we're confronted by a God who wants to offer us a different life? We look at the story of Jonah to see how we tend to get too comfortable, believe in a God that is too comfortable, and how we can move past this and follow the real God.
I Don't Fear Him
Sermon & Study Guide • August 19, 2018 • Dan Doerksen
The greatest commandment of all time is to love God, yet we are consistently confronted with the command to fear God as well. So, which is it? How do we reconcile this? Is there still a place for the Fear of God after Jesus? This is a not just a question for the scholars, but can have a very real impact on our lives.