Steve Lee, live – Thursday, Feb 28

It has been four years since Steve first blessed our Reasonable Faith chapter meeting with his wisdom, knowledge and wit.  You can’t teach high school and college students successfully for two decades without acquiring your full quota of all three of those qualities and Steve has earned more than his share of each.  Steve is recognized as an accomplished speaker and has been on the podium at numerous conferences, including Cottonwood Creek’s own “Truth Talks” Conference.
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You don’t want to miss this presentation on one of
the most foundational of all Christian beliefs.

Aside from the Bible or a personal supernatural encounter,
why should anyone believe Jesus was resurrected?

Skeptics argue that this was at best a conspiracy or hallucination
and at worst nothing more than legend.

After all, they contend,
dead people always stay dead and supernatural events just don’t happen.

How would you respond to those objections?
Thursday, Feb 28, 6:45-8:15 PM
Room B118 (Main Floor)
Cottonwood Creek Church
(South side of 121, just east of Stacy)
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Please join us this Sunday, Feb 17, as we tackle some of the most popular objections:

Young Mom, Natasha Crain, was not prepared for the troubling questions and vicious attacks on her faith.  She did something about it.  She examined the evidence in her search for truth.  Her books share her search and her conclusions.  What’s more, they give us the tools to help prepare our kids for today’s culture war.  The armor of God is essential but not sufficient.  We also have to teach our kids how to engage the enemy.  Join us Sunday afternoon for our next “lively” discussion based on Natasha’s first book.
More info:  rfcctx.com/gap

 


GAP Class Special Guest Speaker This Sunday at 4:00 – What Are Our Students Experiencing In Today’s Culture?

Gale Carter will visit our GAP class this week, Feb 10.  As founder and CEO of the D.O.L.L.S. Ministry she is very much tuned in to the impact of culture in our public schools.  She has graciously agreed to spend some time with our GAP class to share her unique perspective before we continue our discussion of the problem of suffering.

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If you want to better understand what’s going on inside today’s schools, please do not miss this week’s GAP meeting.

 

GAP Class for Parents This Sunday, Feb 10, 4:00-5:30

Join like minded parents (and grandparents) this Sunday afternoon at Cottonwood as we ask why God allows so much evil and suffering.  The critic will say, “Either God isn’t all powerful and can’t relieve suffering, … or God isn’t all loving and doestn’t care enough to intervene.”   How should we respond when we hear that kind of criticism?

More info:  rfcctx.com/gap

So Many Great Opportunities in the New Year

Are we doing enough to prepare our kids for today’s vicious attacks o.n Christianity?
The good news is that there are more ways to equip ourselves and our kids to withstand today’s version of spiritual warfare, more resources and opportunities, than ever before.
Right here in North Texas, we have some great new opportunities to put on the full armor of God.  Here are just a couple.
1.  Free GAP” classes for parents will be starting Sunday afternoon, January 13, 4:00-5:30, at Cottonwood Creek Church in Allen.  This class is based on Natasha Crain’s book, Keeping Your Kids On God’s Side.   CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
2.  ReTHINK Student Conference, March 29 & 30, also at Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen.
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Do Christians hate my gay friends?

THIS SUNDAY, 4:00-5:30, at Cottonwood

TruthTALKS Class

🔥 Today’s Hottest Issue? 🔥

 

Join us this Sunday afternoon as we tackle what is perhaps today’s most contentious issue. Christians are attacked and ridiculed for being “radical”, hateful, intolerant, homophobic, transphobic, bigoted and hypocritical.

What is the true Biblical view on this issue and how should we respond when questioned or criticized?

Join us as we consider the core issues and then develop a practical strategy for handling questions from our kids as well as ridicule in the public square.

We will consider multiple points of view, but the ultimate question is: WWJD?

Sunday, Oct 21
4:00 to 5:30 (during AWANA)
Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen
Room B116

Week 4 Truth Talks Class This Sunday, 10/14 at 4 PM

Week four topic – How can we respond when someone questions God — or even the existence of God — because of all the evil and suffering in the world.  This is our second week on this seemingly difficult question/objection.  Please download our class notes file to review the material we’ve covered in the first three weeks.   CLICK HERE to go directly to that page.

 

Chapter Meeting – Live Speaker September 27

Is There a Conflict?

Is the Great Commission in harmony or in conflict with the command to always be prepared to share the reasons for your faith?

Mark your Calendar
Thursday evening, Sept 27

We are blessed to have a most qualified speaker who will explore the question of the role of Christian apologetics in today’s culture.

Our Live Speaker, Toby Oaks
Coram Deo Academy

Toby Oaks is campus administrator, upper school director, and teacher of numerous classes including 6th grade Latin/Grammar, 8th grade History, 10th grade Theology and 12th grade Apologetics. 

 

Thursday, September 27 

6:45 – 8:15 PM
Cottonwood Creek Church
Room B-116 (main floor)
South side of 121, just east of Stacy

 

Our Speaker – Toby Oaks
Source: https://www.coramdeoacademy.org/page/about/school-leadership

“Toby has been involved with training up wise thinkers and ethical servant leaders for over 25 years. Coming to faith in Christ as a college freshman at University of Texas at San Antonio, he began serving in campus ministry as a student. After graduation with a bachelor’s degree in English, Toby and his wife, Sonia, worked in campus ministries at New Mexico State University and then the University of Seville in Spain.  Returning from overseas in 2007, he pursued and later completed a Master of Theology degree at Dallas Theological Seminary while working part time in an operations role with Coram Deo Academy.

At CDA, he has taught numerous classes including 6th grade Latin/Grammar, 8th grade History, 10th grade Theology and 12th grade Apologetics.  In 2010, he assumed the role of Director of the CDA-Collin County High School and since 2015 the Campus Administrator and currently also the CC Logic/HS Director.  He sees his service at CDA as part of his commitment to a lifelong vocational ministry of leveraging his gifts to help free up, empower and prepare others for God’s purposes.
Toby and Sonia have been married since 1994 and have two sons, Ryan and Nathan, who are both CDA students.  They are members of Stonebriar Community Church where Toby serves as an Adult Fellowship Coordinator and Teacher.”
Reasonable Faith Chapter Meeting
Dallas and Collin County Chapters
Thursday, September 27
6:45 – 8:30 PM
Cottonwood Creek
Room B-116 (main floor)

Cottonwood is on the south side of 121, just east of Stacy.

Facebook group:  Reasonable Faith Collin County

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