Why is it so important that Mary was a virgin?
Christianity goes against the grain of modern culture, and young Christians find they waver in faith when confronted by their peers. Nancy Fitzgerald, Founder of Anchors Away Ministry in Carmel, shares Biblical questions that her students submit while learning to build authentic faith in Christ. Kelli and Steve dive deep into the scriptures as Nancy teaches us Truth from God's Word, our Solid Foundation! We must learn to give an answer to others as to what we believe to be true about God, Jesus Christ and the Bible.
By permitting Job to suffer unjustly, God was allowing him to learn one of the most important lessons that anyone could ever learn! But we also see that God routinely allows righteous people to be tested.
Carmel native, Nancy Fitzgerald is known for her golfing ability; she is an amateur golf champion on the state and national level. Nancy was inducted into the Indiana Golf Hall of Fame. She's also the Founder and Executive Director of Anchorsaway. Anchorsaway Christian Worldveiw Curriculum prepares seniors in high school and college students to live out and share the truths of the Christian worldview. It equips this younger generation for personal regeneration, moral revival and cultural restoration.
A Moody Bible Institute gradutate, Jim Strietelmeier now serves as Head Pastor of the Neighborhood Fellowship in downtown Indianapolis. Jim's vision is to expand the kingdom by developing disciples, one heart/life at a time. He serves the broken-hearted, down-and-out, and uplifts his congregration through hands-on ministry. Strietelmeier is a regular guest on Moody Radio, with extensive Bible memorization, and a leader in compassion and relationships.
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