Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Michael Knapstad, our new CAM pastor, to talk about all things college-age ministry. Michael recently joined our staff and we are so excited to have him on board. We wanted to give you a chance to get to hear a little bit about who he is,… Read More Meet Michael Knapstad
While we’re done with our Unsettling Questions series, it doesn’t mean we’re done wrestling with unsettling questions. Questions and doubt are a part of the christian life, and the last thing we want to do is hide them away or pretend they don’t exist. As Frederick Buechner once said, “Doubts are the ants in the… Read More Wrestling with Doubt: A Way Forward
In his sermon this past Sunday, Pastor Chris tackled another challenging question regarding the Christian faith: “Is Jesus the only way?” This question is made particularly challenging in the real-world context of cultural and religious pluralism. Chris reminded us there is a difference between the cultural pluralism we are called to embrace (Romans 12:18; Jeremiah… Read More Unsettling Questions: Is Jesus the only way?
As we continue this week in our Unsettling Questions teaching series, Charles Yu tackles the question, Can the Bible be Trusted? As Charles reminds us, trusting the Bible has two important aspects: Believing what is written in the Bible corresponds to historical reality – thus the importance of archeology. Trusting the Bible also implies relying… Read More Can the Bible be Trusted?
The term blind spot is used to describe that place in a person’s range of vision where they cannot see properly, even though they expect to be able to see. Many of us have had the experience of nearly crashing into someone as we’re switching lanes because the other car was in our… blind spot.… Read More Series Introduction: Blind Spots (the book of Amos)