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Where to Go with Doubt

Where to go with Doubt From time to time, everyone who has been taught or has embraced the Christian faith will go through periods of doubt. One approach is to quit church, abandon Christian friends and plunge into a way of life that presumes God does not exist. With that approach, the remaining spark of faith is often extinguished. Another approach is to talk to a person of faith about these doubts. By doing this the doubter will find a person who has walked this road too and can share how he or she made it to the other side. Quite likely, what the strong believer shares will cascade back to...
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What suggestions do you have for evening VBS?

This summer our church (Kitchener, Ontario Canada) ran an evening VBS. Do any other churches out there do this? What are the keys to it being successful? We want to try it again in 2011, but we want to get wise to better ways of doing things.
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  • Nice ideas.  Thanks for sharing.