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Pastor Paul's Blog

Questions for God

One of the challenges of being a Pastor/Preacher is deciding what to preach.  It’s a BIG book, the Holy Bible.  My experience has been that I tend to gravitate toward the Gospels, particularly the Gospel of Mark, as my favorite material.  I tend to grapple with many of the same questions in my preaching. For example, I often find myself wrestling with “what is the meaning of salvation” and how do “works” relate to God’s saving us?  Wanting to grow as a Preacher, I am really working on “preaching with a purpose”, and deciding what it is that God’s people are grappling with is an important step for me in that growth. 

That’s why I need your help!  Starting in January, I (along with Jesse, our Associate Pastor), want to know about the “questions you have for God.”  I want to take on a number of those questions in a sermon series that will begin in January and run until we have dealt with your questions.  Here’s what I need you to do: write down on a notecard your question and put it in the box provided at church.  Or, send me a message at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Or, text me or call the church, or respond on Facebook, or whatever way you can.  What question are you struggling with about God, or with God?  What have you always wanted to ask, but never had the opportunity?  Here’s your chance!  I can’t promise I have the easy answer.  I can promise that I will grapple with you and seek diligently the answer in scripture and in the traditions of the church. 

I wonder if your family, or friends, or neighbors, or co-workers, would be interested in this series?  We will post the sermon series in December and hope that maybe you can use this topic to interest someone into coming to hear what God might be saying to us about these questions we have for him. 

So, think about the question you have, and send it to me!  I’m going to begin work on this right away, so respond quickly!  I look forward to the journey!

The series begins on January 7, 2018!  Send me your “Questions for God.”