We all ask and answer an awful lot of questions in a day’s time. From the internal wondering that takes place just deciding what we’ll wear today, to the external questions aimed at us that demand an answer (“Would you like fries with that?”), questions are part of navigating through a day’s decisions. Most of the questions we try to resolve each day are for matters that may not be trivial, but they’re really not too serious either.

But there are larger questions that often stay with us, and maybe only occasionally come to the frontQuestions of our mind. These are the bigger issues of life; the matters of utmost importance. How we resolve – or ignore – these questions shape our beliefs, our priorities, our choices, and ultimately, our eternity. Beginning Easter Sunday at Liberty Hill, we’ll be taking a look at some of these major questions and issues that belong to the arena of our faith. Serious questions about our faith deserve serious answers, and that’s what we hope to offer.

Our Easter Sunday service begins this new series with our focus on the question, “Is Jesus the Only Way?” In a world of such different religions and competing philosophies, how can we be confident that Christianity is the right solution? Join us at 10:30 AM as we consider one of the greatest of all questions. It’s easy to form an opinion, but with questions that count, we want to be sure we’ve given them the attention they deserve. Ultimate questions not only demand ultimate answers, they also should get our ultimate attention.

Grace Received,

Pastor Joe Payne