Category Archives: Practical Issues

Thoughts on some practical aspects of Christian Faith.

RFH Brainstorm: Apologetics Ministry in Houston

Reasonable Faith Houston is seeking God’s plan for this ministry in the Houston area. We are currently in information gathering mode, looking at the needs of the community and the opportunities to serve through apologetics education and Christian defense. In our last … Continue reading

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Where is God Leading RFH to Serve?

As Reasonable Faith Houston (RFH) continues to explore how apologetics can best be used to strengthen and grow the local Christian community, we turn to two foundational questions: “What does apologetics have to offer?” and “Who is the local Christian community?” Scott … Continue reading

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What is Apologetics?

We’ve met with several ministers and lay leaders to discuss apologetics in the past two weeks. We are specifically seeking to understand how Reasonable Faith Houston can most effectively serve the local community. One of the most important reoccurring questions in the … Continue reading

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Emotional Versus Intellectual Doubt – Which one drives and which one follows?

My work requires me to fly a lot. I spent 12 years flying in the Air Force, never crashed, but that doesn’t stop me from thinking about planes that go down. Intellectually, I know the likelihood of a plane going … Continue reading

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