By Lance Witt on Dec 11, 2017
How can our doubts be a blessing?
By Dallas Willard on Jun 30, 2012
"If you're going to be a doubter, be sure to doubt your doubts as well as your beliefs," says Dallas Willard.
By Ray Hollenbach on Jun 12, 2020
It seems like doubt is a popular subject these days, but doubt comes with a price. Here are six ideas that could help any pastor when asked to speak about the subject of doubt.
By Randy Alcorn on Oct 9, 2017
"In times of doubt, difficulty, and trials, our fundamental beliefs about God and our faith are revealed. So how can Christians find faith in the midst of doubt? How can they trust God’s plan when their lives seem out of His control, and prayers seem to go unanswered or, sometimes it feels, even unheard?"
By Lance Witt on Dec 18, 2017
"One of the things I love about the Bible is how honest it is. The pages of Scripture don’t gloss over the flaws and sins and weaknesses of people. Even the great heroes of the faith are not airbrushed or photo-shopped to make them look superhuman."
By Sermoncentral on Jun 28, 2017
You are not the first Christian to have felt angry at God, and you will not be the last.
By David J. Lose on Dec 14, 2015
Why is there an Advent passage about John and his doubts? Turns out there are plenty of good reasons.
By Mark Dever on Jul 26, 2018
When you preach, who is your audience? Mark Dever suggests these three groups.
By Ed Cyzewski on Dec 20, 2018
When Jesus called his disciples, there wasn’t a single one who understood that he was the Messiah or Son of God.
By Joe Mckeever on Jun 13, 2019
You brought a sermon you knew beyond a doubt was from the Lord and inspired of God.Halfway through, you could sense the congregation’s minds wandering. How could this happen?
By R. C. Sproul on Jan 16, 2018
One comment that Christian pastors sometimes hear from people they are counseling is that it would be easier for them to have a strong faith if they could see God doing the same kinds of miracles today as are recorded in the Bible.
By Rick Ezell on Mar 30, 2018
Use these methods to practically reach people suffering from real hurts, problems, doubts, fears, and anxieties gnawing at their faith.