Westside Baptist Church Asks the Question, “Is God Real?”

Everyone has questions about God…and it’s ok to ask them. In addition to wondering if God is real, most of us at some point have asked other important questions about the Bible and life.

Sunday’s starting September 8, Westside Baptist Church is hosting a six-week sermon series called The God Questions to help people explore answers to even the toughest questions. For those who grew up in church, or for those who have never set foot in one, The God Questions promises to be eye-opening when it comes to things everyone asks. The entire community is invited to attend either one of two services: 8:30 a.m. or 11:00 a.m. September 8 through October 13.

The topics of the series include:

September 8: Is God real?
September 15: Is the Bible true?
September 22: Do all roads lead to heaven?
September 29: How can a good God allow suffering?
October 6: Which is right: creation or evolution?
October 13: What happens when I die?

“I’m a pastor and I’ve had these questions at some point in my life,” said Steve McAlister, senior pastor at Westside, “so I believe many other people have as well. This sermon series seeks to provide a safe space to ask the questions and seeks to provide answers. Please join us Sunday’s September 8th through October 13th at either 8:30 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.”

WESTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH is located at 6834 Highway 1 Bypass in Natchitoches, next to the NSU REC Complex & Golf Course. For more information, visit http://www.westside.life or call (318) 352-2383.

3 thoughts on “Westside Baptist Church Asks the Question, “Is God Real?”

  1. Will anyone other than the church’s leaders be able to provide answers to those questions? Because there are other answers than what they provide.

    • Thanks for your question, Scott. This is a sermon series so the answers will be presented in a sermon setting not a forum or Q&A. I’m open however to scheduling a forum or Q&A on these topics in the future. Hope you’ll come and at least listen to what we have to say!

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