Everyone has questions about God, the Bible, and life— and it’s ok to ask them. Starting October 3, we are beginning a new series called The God Questions that will explore answers to the biggest questions that people have about God. Is God real? Is the Bible true? Do all roads lead to heaven? If God is so good, why is there bad? Which is right: creation or evolution? What will heaven be like? This series will equip you to help others with their questions, or answer questions for those ready to encounter God for the first time.
Sermon Prompt: Proverbs 30:5–6
(Dr. Ben Witherington)
“Is The Bible true?” The Bible claims to be flawless. But to truly answer this question, we must explore where the Bible came from, how it is unique, how it has been copied and translated, and how science, history, and prophecy all compare with what the Bible says.
Sermon Prompt: John 14:6
(Dr. Emir Caner)
“No one comes to the Father except through me.” Did Jesus really mean that? Is He really saying that He—and only He—is the one means by which earthbound men and women have any hope of reaching heaven?
Sermon Prompt: John 16:33
“In this world, you will have trouble.” These are the words of Jesus. How can this be? Why did God create a world where disasters like that could happen? How can a good God allow good people to be in pain?
Sermon Prompt: Psalm 19:1
(Rev. Dr. Jeff Coleman)
“Is God Real?” If the answer to this question is “no,” then there’s really not much sense in asking other questions about Him, is there?
Sermon Prompt: Genesis 1
(Rev. Steve Fazenbaker)
“Which is right: evolution or creation?” Many in search of deeper answers have asked this question. What does the Bible say about this question and how does that compare with scientific evidence?
Sermon Prompt: Revelation 21:1–22:5
“What happens when I die?” This is a question that everyone has pondered at one point or another, and the Bible has much to say on this topic. But, is there eternal life, or is this all that there is?
Sermon Prompt: John 16:16-24
(Rev. Stephen Walters)