If God is all-powerful, why doesn’t he eliminate my anxiety? Instead of asking this, perhaps we should ask why God is allowing it in the first place. Our guest today takes us on a journey through Scripture and shares his discovering of God’s ultimate purpose in pain. Your anxiety, fear, stress, and panic are not the end of you—but facing them could be the start of something great!
We all wonder what comes after death. Today our guest will search the Scriptures and church history for answers. You'll be heartened to learn that believers will reconnect with their loved ones; receive a wonderful new body; say goodbye to sin, sorrow, and sickness; and enjoy face-to-face fellowship with God! Come with your questions about what awaits those who have trusted in Christ.
Josh Weidmann is the senior pastor of Grace Chapel in Denver, Colorado, and has been speaking and writing about the power of Jesus Christ for everyday life for two decades. He is a graduate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a certified biblical counselor. He has traveled the world speaking to churched and un-churched crowds about the truth of the Gospel from the authority of God's Word since he was a teenager. Josh started preaching at a young age and soon found himself living out God's calling on His life to communicate the Bible through whatever means possible. After the 1999 Columbine high school shooting tragedy in his hometown, God used Josh as a voice of hope to his generation around the nation. He is the author of Dad, If you Only Knew: 8 Things Teens Want to Tell Their Fathers (but don't); Honest to God: Becoming Brutally Honest with a Gracious God; and He Walked with Us: A Devotional Guide to the Land of Israel.
Dr. Ron Rhodes is the president of Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries, an apologetics ministry, and the author of over 70 books. Dr. Rhodes is a keynote speaker at conferences across the United States and regularly addresses current issues in the national media. As time permits, Dr. Rhodes teaches cult apologetics at Veritas Evangelical Seminary (Murrieta, Calif.), Dallas Theological Seminary, Talbot Seminary and Biola University (La Mirada, Calif.), and other well-known seminaries.