[Speaker: Austin Conner] If you found out you weren't a Christian in five years, why do you think that would be? Is there anything that could happen to you that would cause to walk away from Jesus? We learn from Acts that the apostle Paul faced the temptation, but he didn't give in.
[Speaker: Justin Derks] In life we all experience trial and hardships. How are we supposed to handle those when they come our way? What does it look like to be faithful and believe Jesus is more during those difficult times?
[Speaker: Kyle Richter] In a world that has heard it all and often doesn't seem to care, where do Christians begin when it comes to relating with people that don't share our faith in Jesus? Is it possible for us to find common ground?
[Speaker: Austin Conner] When you stand before Jesus and he asks if you'll be saved, what will you say? Is it your faith, your baptism, your theology? What do you think your friends, roommates, co-workers would say?
[Speaker: Kyle Richter] Jesus told his disciples to go to the ends of the earth, but they were hesitant at first. It wasn't easy for early church insiders to include outsiders. Why? What was the turning point? And what can we learn from it?
[Speaker: Austin Conner] Wouldn't it be nice to have a reset button? To simply push a button and start over? Change what's been going on in the present and start fresh? In Acts 9 we seeGod drastically changed Saul's life, and his story gives for those who seem even the farthest away from Jesus.
[Speaker: Kyle Richter] Our culture wants a Jesus who is just one of the many ways to God, someone who is just a small part of a larger truth. But that's not who Jesus says he is. Can it make sense when Jesus says he is the only way and the only truth?
[Speaker: Austin Conner] When the Holy Spirit shows up at Pentecost, he shows us that God is serious about drawing imperfect people from all nations and languages to himself. He continues that call 2,000 years later.
[Speaker: Kyle Richter] Two thousand years ago, something happened in history. Something happened that changed the course of the world as we know it. Jesus launched the world’s largest religion. How did he do it? Is Jesus really who the Bible says he is? Is he really worth committing our lives to?