Answers from Above #7
by Brian Roloff on October 29th, 2020
In his Word God gives us the assurance that he has all things under his control and is ultimately working all things out for the eternal good of all who love God (cf. Romans 8:28). We also have his promise that he will never leave us (Hebrews 13:5). Rather he will lead us along paths of righteousness through life, even through unexpected tragedy and loss, to our eternal home (Psalm 23). Share bel...
Answers from Above #6
by Brian Roloff on October 22nd, 2020
This week's question is: how does God view sins of habit? We all have had times or seasons in our lives where we struggle with certain sins, sins that seem to have our number as it were. In this episode Pastor Brian discusses sins of habit, why they are dangerous, and how God's grace and forgiveness gives us the power to overcome our sins to God's glory. We all have particular sins that we struggl...
Answers from Above #5
by Brian Roloff on October 15th, 2020
It's a topic that's coming up on news websites more and more frequently: couples deciding to delay having children or perhaps not have children altogether. There are all kinds of reasons people come up with for not having children. Some couples cite all the tension and uncertainty in our world, others talk about global warming or pollution or other catastrophes, some simply don't want to be tied d...
Answers from Above #4
by Brian Roloff on October 8th, 2020
It's no secret that people are waiting until later in life to get married these days. In the 1950's the median age of first marriage was about 23 years old, today its closer to 30 years old. This inevitably means that more and more questions are having to wrestle with the question of living singly. Other Christians may not feel the desire to be married. Join us as we go to the Bible to answer this...
Answers from Above #3
by Brian Roloff on September 30th, 2020
This weeks question is: Are there ranks in heaven? It's not a question that the Bible talks much about and our corrupted human reason can't even contemplate the question without imagining eternal envy and competition. Respond below with your questions and comments to keep the answer going! ...
Answers from Above #2
by Brian Roloff on September 24th, 2020
With advances in medicine and modern technology enabling us to save and prolong life like never before, more and more Christians are coming up against the spiritual and emotional challenge of seeing our loved ones suffer a slow decline and enduring pain. This caused one of our listeners to wonder: Is it wrong to pray that the Lord take home (quickly) a person who has a terminal illness or is in co...