Hashtag Unbelieving Christians: 7 Questions that put your faith in perspective

Hashtag Unbelieving Christians: 7 Questions that put your faith in perspective

For “You of little faith”  Or perhaps of no faith at all.

 

Are you an unbelieving Christian?

 

Do you struggle with trusting God for anything besides your eternal destiny?

 

Do you stick to the rules and regulations you’ve always heard without ever checking out what the Bible says about those rules and regulations for yourself?

 

Are you a Christian because the culture of Christianity fits so well with where you are right now in life–accountability for your on-again/off-again husband, people who will agree to tell your kids exactly what you’ve told them, free babysitting, people who won’t laugh at you for being a stay-at-home mom, ladies who randomly show up at your doorstep with 3 cups of fermenting batter that will eventually turn into something called friendship bread?

 

Are you a Christian because frankly, the secular world just scares you to death?

 

Are you scared to death your kids will ask you why you believe what you believe? 

 

Is your faith your parents’, your spouse’s or your own?

Sherry Boykin

Sherry Boykin, the founder of Faith and Tales, is a storyteller and chronic believer in the power of faith narratives to change lives. She loves to use biblical and personal accounts to help women move beyond their obstacles, glean fresh perspectives on life, and to live differently as a result. Her experiences in urban and suburban ministries, Peruvian Amazon jungle missions, long-term singleness, marriage and family, and men's dorm-living shape her life and provide a colorful backdrop from which to share the Word of God. Sherry is the author of But-Kickers: Growing Your Faith Bigger Than Your But and she has been interviewed for articles in Time, The New York Times, and Better Homes and Gardens.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Jo Ann Walczak

    Or are you a believer because Jesus is who says He is and He can do what He says He can do?

    1. Sherry Boykin

      YES!

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