How Are You Suffering?

How Are You Suffering?

An Honest Question The topic and issue of suffering isn’t generally avoided in the church today (thankfully). Pastors, Christian leaders, and authors make a firm point to not only say that suffering isn’t optional in the Christian life, but also to give counsel for those in the midst of suffering. But an honest question that…

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Ep. 229: Where is God After Suffering? with Vaneetha Rendall Risner on the indoubt Podcast

Ep. 229: Where is God After Suffering?

This episode involves a very powerful story of suffering and loss. How do you continue on with life, and even a life of serving God when everything seems to go wrong? How do you pick yourself up off of the floor when the very ground you’re standing on gets taken out from underneath of you?…

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Suffer - Are You Ready to Suffer? indoubt Article by Daniel Markin

Are You Ready to Suffer?

Suffering is everywhere. Suffering is unavoidable. Through suffering we see how fragile life is, and through suffering we see how tragic life can be. Shakespeare seemed to have a grip on this when he wrote,   “Each new Morn New widows howl, new orphans cry, New sorrows strike heaven on the face. “ Suffering is absolutely…

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Ep. 157: Is Assisted Suicide Okay? Stephanie Gray Pt. 2

In a culture that is hyper-focused on control and independence, the argument today is that people want to ‘die with dignity,’ rather than admit to and accept the help to continue living. In this week’s episode, we are joined by Stephanie Gray to continue to conversation on life. and take a look at end-of-life and the issue of medically assisted suicide.

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Sexual Abuse, the Bible, and Hope

Why does the Bible deem sexual abuse as evil? Because any abuse (sexual, mental, physical, etc.) made upon a human is not only incredibly damaging to a person’s body, mind and soul, but it is a direct offense to God – for every human is God’s unique workmanship.

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Our Help Comes from…

Have you ever thought about why the psalmist chose “maker of heaven and earth” as a way to describe God here? How does the reality that God made heaven and earth reinforce our hope in him as the one who gives us help?

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