Questions for the Next Podcast

July 4, 2012 — 5 Comments

This coming weekend my podcast will talk about ways we can see God at work in our everyday experiences.

During the second portion of the show, I’ll answer listener questions. If you have any questions about this topic that you’d like me to answer, post them in the comment section below. Your question could make it onto the show! Be sure to include your name and where you’re from in the question so I can give you a shout out.


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  • scrhill

    What encouragement would you offer to a Christian who is going through a difficult season in their ife… Especially as they sy at God is making all of these bad things happen to them? On the flip side, how would you broach the issue when talking to a non-Christian who sees their frustrating circumstances as just another reason why there is no God?

  • Peg c

    Why is it difficult to see God at work in daily life constantly? Seems like I don’t always recognize god is there until after I reflect back on the experience. I’ve tried on occasion to look for gods work in every moment. Very hard to do.

  • Dana R.

    Sometimes it feels that being a Christian and following God at work is like swimming upstream. I can do it for awhile, but often it is easier to go with the flow and complain about things. Or get frustrated and give up a positive attitude. I know God is working through me for the kids I work with, how can I help my attitude so they see Him in me? And not only the students, but my fellow staff members too?

  • Thanks Dana, Peg, and Sara! These are great questions and thoughts. I’ll do my best to address them in the podcast.

  • Possibly for a future podcast . . . how do you make a connection with people who don’t believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God? So much of what we say and points we make as Christians we bring back to scripture as our foundation. How can you make these points when the person you are talking to doesn’t believe that premise in the first place? I think that mindset is becoming more and more common.