Join us for our next God on Tap night on Tuesday, November 19th, 7:30pm-9pm at Forest and Main! This month we are talking about gratitude.
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Join us for a special Wednesday edition of God on Tap next week upstairs at Forest and Main - Wednesday, October 23rd at 7:30pm.
This month we are talking about money, and how money connects with our faith and values.
This month at God on Tap we are talking about doubt. Everybody doubts. Pastors doubt. Bishops doubt. People in the church pews and people who would never set foot in a church doubt. Everybody doubts...even Jesus.
This summer we kicked off a new God on Tap series called "Coffee and Conversation" (more here) at Danielle's Espresso Cafe in Maple Glen and we had a great response. Around 8-10 people gathered each time and the conversations covered a whole range of things in life and faith. A few things stood out for me:
At our last God on Tap we talked about how the Bible can be an intimidating, confusing, mysterious, and inspiring book. Many people shared suggestions for ways of getting into the Bible and I want to list them here:
Throughout its history, the Bible has been both a source of angst and inspiration for many. It's been used to justify hate and discrimination, and at the same time, it has moved many to make the world a better place. The Bible is a complex and complicated book, and it remains a mystery to many.