Belief in the Age of Skepticism

Belief in the Age of Skepticism

We are what we believe.  
Not what we say we believe.  
Not what we once subscribed to.  
Not what people make us out to be.
Beliefs have everything to do with who we are.
They shape us.  
They guide us.
They decide how we see the world and how we see ourselves.  
What do you believe?
About yourself?
About the world? 
About people?
About where you came from and where you’re headed?
Those beliefs make you who you are.
They determine how you live.
And how you treat people.
And how you deal with love and loss.  
And what you look forward to.
So, are your beliefs true?
Are they making you the person you should be?
Will they sustain you?
We are what we believe.  

It’s easy to be a skeptic, and we all have questions & doubts.  But we all believe something. The question is: is our belief true? Is it best? How is it changing me, my community, and the world?
For more than 2,000 years, Christians have held core beliefs about God, the Bible, humanity, and salvation. Together, we’ll explore these beliefs. We’ll tackle hard questions. And hopefully, we’ll come to experience what Jesus said in John 8:32, “Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

Belief Series Resources

Sunday Message
Family Catechism
Apostles Creed
Further Reading
What We Believe

How To Study the Bible

Whether you are new to faith and the Bible, or you have studied the Bible for many years we invite you to join us for an eight week class entitled “How To Study the Bible”.
To compliment Pastor Jeremy’s current message series, topics will include: How did the Bible come to be? Can I trust what the Bible says? What methods might I use to become more familiar with the Bible?  How can God use the Bible to change my life?  This eight week class will be offered both on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, please choose the class that best fits your schedule. (Note: Due to the remodel, this will be the only adult class offered on Wednesday evenings.) Sunday Mornings beginning January 14th at 9:00 am in the Community Room and Wednesday evenings beginning January 17th at 6:30 pm in the Des Moines Room.