Sonrise launches website seeking thorny questions

by Staff Reports

Common life experiences such as job loss, sickness, death, marital issues, natural disasters and many other challenges and sorrows often prompt people to ask, “Why?”

This is a question posed not only in the midst of crisis, but also by those seeking to find simple, non-scholarly answers to spiritual issues. SonRise Baptist Church is inviting area residents to submit one or multiple questions of this nature to a newly-developed and dedicated website – www.godihaveaquestion.com .

Those questions will become the basis of an eight-week, SonRise message series – beginning March 31 – titled, “God I Have A Question.”

The purpose of the website and the message series is to provide Coweta County friends and neighbors with serious answers to the things that puzzle, trouble or simply make them wonder about life, God, the Bible and church. For the next few weeks, SonRise church members are sharing business cards with the website address with their friends, neighbors, colleagues and others in order to encourage and gather questions from a broad cross-section of the community.

“We are sharing this teaching series and website with our community hoping it can help someone deal with difficult issues that may have challenged their faith. We all go through difficult experiences, and sometimes those experiences linger – creating ongoing struggles in our lives,” said Dr. Tim Riordan, SonRise’s senior pastor.


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