I Doubt It Resources


    Ridge Staff Q&A

    What does it mean to you to be a child of God? (John 1:10-18)


    "Being a child of God means that I don't have to do things alone anymore. I know that through Him all things are possible. Knowing this, I can truly live Principle 3 in Celebrate Recovery which states, "Consciously choose to commit all my life and will to Christ’s care and control."


    Jim Ries, Celebrate Recovery Ministry Leader



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    Reading Plans

    Get A Hold Of Insecurity (5 Days)
    Insecurity riddles our hearts and minds to the point of crippling. We've all struggled with it at some point and may very well again, but there are tools in Scripture we can use to combat it. This plan will walk you through manifestations of insecurity and truth to conquer it.

    Grief Bites: Doubt Revealed (7 Days)
    Are you struggling with heartache, doubt, or doubting God's goodness through a life storm? Are you experiencing apathy or distraction in your spiritual walk? This 7-Day reading plan will help to reveal any doubt you may hold in your heart and will help you to use doubt as a signal to grow closer to God's heart.

    Mad at God (12 Days)
    If you're mad at God, you're in good company. Moses, Job, and David are among the biblical characters who had a bone to pick with God about what he was or was not doing. And though they often had to wait, God always responded. So keep talking. God's listening.


    Letters from a Skeptic: A Son Wrestles with His Father's Questions about Christianity

    Greg Boyd and his father, Ed, were on opposite sides of a great divide. Greg was a new Christian, while his father was a longtime agnostic. So Greg offered his father an invitation: Ed could write him with any questions on Christianity, and his son would offer a response. Letters from a Skeptic contains this special correspondence. The letters tackle some of today's toughest challenges facing Christianity, including:
    Do all non-Christians go to hell?
    How can we believe a man rose from the dead?
    Why is the world so full of suffering?
    How do we know the Bible was divinely inspired?
    Does God know the future?

    Each response offers insights into the big questions, while delivering intelligent answers that connect with both the heart and mind. Whether you're a skeptic, a believer, or just unsure, these letters can provide a practical, common-sense guide to the Christian faith.
    *Available in the Next Steps room for $10.


    How Doubt Saved My Faith
    Your questions won't sink your faith. This article will walk you through why that’s true step-by-step.

    I'm Doubting My Faith
    I feel as if I need something I can see, touch and understand—how can I get rid of these doubts?

    God, Are You There?
    I feel alone. I pray, but God is silent. At these times, I wonder if God is even there.


    Can We Question God?
    It seems there are more questions than answers. Mike Foster addresses if we should feed bad about questioning God or if it’s normal to investigate.

    When God Doesn’t Make Sense
    If God is loving and powerful, why does he allow his children to struggle? Gabe Lyons discusses his battle with faith in finding out his son had Down Syndrome.



    The Case for Christ (Rated PG)
    An investigative journalist and self-proclaimed atheist sets out to disprove the existence of God after his wife becomes a Christian. CLICK HERE for local theatre options.