We struggle to get our heads around why God allows suffering. How do we make sense of what happens in our world?
How do we understand God saying His Word will harden hearts? What does that mean for us?
Are we called by God? Do we understand our calling any more clearly by way of Isaiah’s?
How do we understand ourselves in relationship to God? Isaiah 6 challenges us to think about that.
Where do we find our place that God has placed us in life?
This week, Pastor Tim takes us to the book of Jonah for a consideration of God’s vision of ministry.
When God places donkeys in our lives, do we pay attention? Or do we convince ourselves that our actions don’t really matter and so we can do whatever we want?
As we continue exploring the story of Balaam, a man who teetered between listening to the Lord and listening to the world around him, we consider how God uses people (and donkeys) like us.
Talking donkeys? Paid prophets? What’s going on here? Balaam and his donkey (Numbers 22) help us to think about facing temptations and living faithfully as we start a new series tonight. In the series, we’ll look at this man who teetered between listening to the Lord and listening to the world around him and see the ways we struggle with the same.