One Year Anniversary and What’s Ahead in 2015

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One Year Anniversary and What’s Ahead in 2015

January 1st was the one year anniversary of this blog and the Reasons for Hope 315 ministry.  I’d like to say thanks to all of you who have been reading my posts, whether you read one or all 45. I hope that what I’ve researched and written has been helpful to you in some way, as it has been to me.

2014

2014 was a good year for me and the ministry.  In addition to starting the blog, I got to speak and share some of the evidence for Christianity in my home church and two other churches.  I’m thankful to pastor David Parks and the other pastors for those opportunities.  I got to share evidence for the resurrection of Jesus and the historical reliability of the New Testament and it’s claims about Jesus. I also completed my apologetics course through Biola University.  I found the material to be very helpful and thought provoking and I have shared and will be sharing more of it here.

2015

So what’s ahead for Reasons for Hope 315 in 2015? I will continue to blog here at least once or twice a month, as time allows. My focus will shift somewhat to sharing seminars in local churches.  In addition to what I already have prepared to share on the resurrection and the historical reliability of the New Testament,  I will soon be putting together a session on the evidence from creation and the design of life and the universe.  These three key areas of evidence will be the basis of the seminars I will be offering.  I will offer it as about a four hour seminar or as three separate sessions.  I have the first church already lined up, starting later in January.

Please pray that God will continue to guide me and that he will use the evidence he has provided to lead people to Christ and to strengthen the faith and confidence to share of those of us who already know him. I’ll be praying that he’ll give us all opportunities to have conversations with people about the reasons for the hope that we have in him.

“but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,” 1 Peter 3:15 (ESV)

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