“Questions and Doubts” is based on the One Church value, “One Church Is a Safe Place to Express Your Questions and Doubts.”
Many people who want to follow Jesus feel an unspoken pressure in their churches to not admit their questions and doubts about faith. Some churches teach that we should never ask, “Why?” Other churches believe that acknowledging questions or doubts shows a lack of faith. Even many well-meaning Christians are afraid that if they expressed their questions, it would drag other Christians down and hurt their faith.
Jesus apparently views questions and doubts differently. In Mark 9, Jesus encounters a father who is desperate for his suffering son to be healed. In a moment of profound honesty, the desperate dad expresses his faith in Jesus while also asking Jesus to help him overcome his doubts.
Listen to “Questions and Doubts” to discover how Jesus responds to this father’s honest faith. You will see that if you want to have a relationship with Jesus, he will not allow bricks of doubt to build a wall between you and him.
During the first few minutes of the sermon, Pastor Ryan played a one-minute video of epic stunt fails as an illustration of how we should always pay attention to our doubts. The video has been removed due to copyright restrictions.