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Is faith in God a blind leap into the unknown?

For many people, this question determines whether they embrace a life with God, or spend their life without Him. Let's tackle this significant question. Perhaps you, or a loved one, are having trouble taking that leap of faith.

Let's discuss the questions we all must answer

According to Haddon Robinson, there are five questions that, when answered, will help us decide whether we should, or shouldn’t put our faith in God.

Let’s look at the difference between a belief in something and a trust in Jesus Christ

Ask the average person you meet, and they’ll likely tell you they consider themselves a spiritual person. But is that the same thing as being a person of faith?

An insightful discussion on how our faith is, or isn’t, evident in the way we live

Are your personal beliefs easily seen in the way you live your life? Join us for this convicting discussion about faith.

The issue of sin in the life of the faithful follower of Christ

No matter how hard we try, we can’t be all good all the time. But just a little faith in a powerful God makes all the difference!

Let’s look at the life of faith when your days feel monotonous

Do you ever find yourself getting bored with your daily routine? Wake up, go to work, come home, eat dinner, go to bed. Repeat the cycle. It’s easy to get into a rut!

Embracing God’s one-of-a-kind design for our lives

It’s easy to go through the motions and mimic what other Christians are doing. But that would be missing God’s personal intentions for each of us! His unique plan for you!

Looking at some of the common struggles of those who put their faith in God

Each of us approach the Bible with a different perspective. And as a result, we don’t always agree with one another on how the truths of God’s Word are applied. Gaining a clearer understanding of Scripture.

Let’s reflect on God’s consistent love in the midst of our inconsistent faith

Nobody’s perfect. Though we may falter now and again, we still hold on to God’s promise that He will forgive us, no matter the mistakes we make.