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Kick Start Question: How Do We Know God Hears?

Posted by Austin Maxheimer on

Kick Start Question: How do you Know God Listen’s When You Need Help?  I’m going to start this response with a story from Jesus’ life that is both encouraging and discouraging. Read the whole story for yourself: John 9:1-34. Jesus and his mission team come to the pool of...

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Kick Start Question: ALL My Sins Forgiven?

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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Read This List, Earn a Steak Dinner

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...

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Tags: doubt, explore, faith

Are All Religions the Same?

Posted by Bret Nicholson on

Here’s an interesting discussion facilitated by John Ortberg at Menlo Park Presbyterian in California.    

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10 Helpful Ideas to Know as a One Life Newcomer

Posted by Bret Nicholson on

1. Our name is a reminder There were a few reasons we chose the name we did. But, the most important reason was the simple but very important reminder that all of us have only one life and we are in it right now.  Whatever you do, don’t wait around to live your...

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Open Questions to Those who Don't Accept Christianity

Posted by Bret Nicholson on

Why do people stay away from, reject or leave Christian belief? A new study recently reported that the fastest growing “religion” in the US, especially among twenty-somethings, is: “none”. In increasing numbers, people are simply checking out. I have a...

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