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Exploring Church, Exploring Faith

KICKSTART QUESTION: How Do We Let People Know God Is Real?

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Posted by Sarah Inman on

How do you convince people God is real that don’t know God, if they can’t see him?  Such a great question. And honestly, one that I remember asking and struggling with as I have gone through my faith journey.  Specifically, I remember a time where I wanted so badly for ...

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Tags: corinthians, god, growth, paul, plant, water

Kick Start Question: How can I Respond to Malachi's Test in Giving?

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Posted by Kristen Kuhn on

Question:  In Malachi it says “Test me in this” concerning giving – so how should a person interpret it if a person may give in faith more than their budget says they can, but they don’t see an immediate response that is apparent? The prophet Malachi preached to a ...

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Tags: giving, malachi

Kick Start Question: ALL My Sins Forgiven?

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Posted by Austin Maxheimer on

“I am strong in my faith of God and His Son Jesus. However, even though I am baptized and feel washed, how can all of my sins (and I feel I have a lot) be forgiven?” Anytime I get a question like this, I always recommend the explorer to read Romans chapters 6-8. Reflect on that ...

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Kick Start Questions: What About Devout Followers of Other Faiths?

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Posted by Austin Maxheimer on

Kick Start Question: What Happens to Devout Followers of Other Faiths (e.g. Muslims or Hindus). I was lucky to grow up in a Christian culture, but what about those who grew up in different cultures?  I’m going to stick to the first question because while closely related, I do feel that ...

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Tags: exploring faith, religion, religiĆ³n

Kick Start Question: Will all people come to know Christ?

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Posted by Austin Maxheimer on

“Will all people eventually come to know Christ? He died for all. (I wish)” This question comes at a very interesting time in my own reading life. I am currently a couple hundred pages into The God Who Saves: A Dogmatic Sketch by David Congdon. Every morning I pray, read some ...

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Tags: exploring faith, soteriology

Metanarrative Of Scripture

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Posted by Austin Maxheimer on

METANARRATIVE OF SCRIPTURE Hermeneutic Principle: You can make sense of the parts by understanding the whole. ‘Metanarrative’ simply means “Big Story” or the grand or master narrative running throughout a text that gives the story its ultimate meaning or ...

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Tags: metanarrative

Read This List, Earn a Steak Dinner

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Posted by Austin Maxheimer on

If you finish this reading list, I will take you to get a steak at Cavanaugh’s. These books represent the journey I took to go from a skeptical Explorer to a Pastor. They do not represent all the reading I did during that time (I ended up in Seminary!), but they are the ones ...

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Tags: doubt, explore, faith

3 Whys for Church

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Posted by Austin Maxheimer on

The current conversation at One Life is: “Why Church when it seems so lame?” The question forced me to revisit why I believe in the Church so deeply when that certainly wasn’t always the case. There was a span of 6-7 years when I not only thought church was lame, but thought it ...

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Tags: church, explorer

Do You Question Your Faith?

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Posted by Brittney Gomez on

Written by: Carl Boockholdt Mike DeVoy was born into a strong Christian family. As a youth, he attended church every Sunday, was saved at age 12 and worked at Christian youth camps during the summer. He was proud to consider himself a Christian and never, ever questioned his faith – at ...

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