Confident Convictions

Confident Convictions

Why do you believe what you do? No, seriously, why? I’m not talking about someone else’s reason, or what you think the “right” reason is. What is the real reason? Your reason? Are you able to express it? And are you able to do so confidently?

On January 15th at Westminster, I offered Part 2 in a series called “Peachy – How to have confident convictions and lead with love when others think your faith makes you foolish or fanatical.” Part 1 explained some of the modern changes in our society with respect to attitudes towards religion and people of faith and how this can make you feel different. In Part 2, I take us through a key biblical passage and two exercises to make you more confident in your convictions, including a discussion around 4 big questions that are often used to undermine your faith.

I should add that the brochure I talked about can be accessed in blog form here.

The message is called “Confident Convictions.” Enjoy!

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