Join us on Sunday, Sept 29 to begin a discussion on truth and tolerance. How can we reconcile these two concepts? And, is it intolerant to say that Jesus is the only way?
Community Q & A | Sat. Oct. 5
You are formally invited to join us for a community Q & A on Saturday, October 5. Dr. Richard Knopp will be our guest for the evening, answering YOUR questions. In order to address questions efficiently and effectively, your question(s) must be submitted before the Q & A event.
We know you have questions, so join us for a community Q & A to find some answers. YOUR questions will be accepted until the evening of Sunday, September 29. In order to efficiently and effectively answer your questions, they must be submitted in advance of our Q & A session. You may submit as many questions as you have. Questions may be submitted online here, or a hard copy of your question may be submitted on Sunday mornings.
The Room for Doubt App is a convenient resource to help anyone with questions and doubts about the Christian faith. You can quickly search topics, watch videos, read articles, and easily share with others. Take it wherever you go and use it in your conversations. The “App” refers to the Web App (for browsers), the iOS App, and the Android App. All three look and function the same.
The following is an excerpt from a question asked on the Room for Doubt App.
… It certainly makes sense that you wouldn’t want to invest your life in something that’s false. Your feeling about this is actually pretty close to what Paul the Apostle said in First Corinthians 15. He said, “If Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain and your faith is in vain” (vs. 14) and “If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile and you are still in your sins” (vs. 17). Paul’s response, however, is to affirm his strong confidence in the truth of the resurrection of Christ … continue reading on the Room for Doubt Web App.
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The first message in our new series, “Room for Doubt,” is now uploaded to our Message Archive. Guest speaker and founder of Room for Doubt, Dr. Richard Knopp, shared his insight into this confusing world of doubt. “Is it always wrong to doubt?” Listen in to find out what may be a very surprising answer.
The Room For Doubt Series is for those who want to discuss some of the big questions about the Christian faith in an open and honest environment. It’s for those who have questions and doubts about Christianity and for those who want to help others who have questions and doubts.
“Basic Questions” is a six-week message series and discussion curriculum for those who have doubts and those who know people who have doubts. A number of videos, and other resources are available to you during this 6-week series and beyond.
Room for Doubt is happening in 4 different yet complimentary spheres. It is our hope that you will utilize all four to help you discover there is room for doubt while still pursing faith.
Sunday Morning Messages
Join us on Sundays (Aug 25-Oct 6) at 9 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. and enjoy a different message each week. These messages will kick start a conversation regarding a common question.
- Is Doubt Always Bad? | Aug 25
- Does God Really Exist? | Sept 1
- Is the Bible Full of Myths and Mistakes? | Sep 8
- Why Do Christians Say that Jesus is God’s Son? | Sep 15
- Why Does God Allow Tragedy and Suffering? | Sep 22
- Is It Intolerant to Say that Jesus is the Only Way? | Sep 29
- Final wrap up session with Dr. Knopp, Lincoln Christian University | Oct 6
Weekly Life Group
After Sunday’s message you will probably want to continue the discussion. Life Groups are a great way to do so. Our Life Groups meet weekly, on different nights of the week. Contact our church office (219-696-7591 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to find a group that fits your needs and schedule. Life Groups are also a great way to get connected to our church family. Most of our Life Groups meet in homes and share a meal together, in addition to discussing and studying the weekly message.
Community Q & A | Oct 5
At the conclusion of our 6 week series, Dr. Richard Knopp will return to host a community Q & A. As we near Oct 5, we will post an avenue for you to ask questions to be part of a question bank for our Q & A. Stay tuned for more details and mark your calendar for the evening of October 5. You won’t want to miss this.
The Room for Doubt app is a convenient resource to help anyone with questions and doubts about the Christian faith. You can quickly search topics, watch videos, read articles, and easily share with others. Take it wherever you go and use it in your conversations. The “App” refers to the Web App (for browsers), the iOS App, and the Android App. All three look and function the same.
Do you have questions and doubts? Join us this fall for an in depth journey into the questions we face about Jesus, the Bible, spirituality and so much more.
Room For Doubt (R4D) is addressing the growing need among youth and adults, both inside and outside the church, who have sincere questions and doubts about the Christian faith. It seeks to encourage questions, address doubts, and strengthen faith.
Our Sunday morning messages will present a weekly topic. Then, during the week, our Life Groups (smaller groups of individuals, couples and families) will meet to further discuss and discover life’s toughest questions.
Sign up today to join a Life Group and plan to join us on August 25.
Our series will culminate in a community Q&A session with Dr. Knopp, Program Director of Room For Doubt and Professor of Philosophy & Christian Apologetics at Lincoln Christian University.