Author Archives: Reasonable Faith Collin County

Today’s 6:45 PM Meeting with Rebekah Valerius

Our next scheduled meeting is Thursday, April 23.
Save the date, and watch your email, Facebook Group (Reasonable Faith Collin County), and this web site for details.

Big shout out to Rebekah for making our March 26 meeting one of our best ever.  Thanks to everyone for joining us on-line to see and hear a great talk on “Apologetics and Doubt”. 

COVID-19 stopped us from meeting as planned at Cottonwood Creek, but …
…  It couldn’t stop us from making this proverbial lemon into lemonade.

This is now a Zoom meeting, making it available to many, many more participants.  Before the COVID-19 restrictions, Rebekah was to have presented this talk in Houston, sharing the podium with William Lane Craig and other notables.


Save the date and plan to join us for this special event.  Rebekah Valerius is a contributing author to the popular “Mama Bear Apologetics” book and an active leader and speaker in North Texas and beyond.

She will be speaking on this same topic, HELPING PARENTS COPE WITH THEIR KIDS’ DOUBTS, with William Lane Craig and other notables, at Houston Baptist University’s “Apologetics Day” event the week prior to our meeting.

What:  Reasonable Faith Collin County meeting
When:  Thursday evening, March 26, 6:45 to 8:15 PM
Where:  Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen
Room:  Game Plan Center (main floor)

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

Welcome, 2020! How can Reasonable Faith Collin County help you make this a great year?

Why are we here?  What is truth?  What are we called to do?

2020 Select Speaker Series
Reasonable Faith Collin County Chapter Meetings

March 26 – Thursday, 6:45 PM:  Rebekah Valerius, “Parenting and Apologetics”

April 23 – Thursday, 6:45 PM:  Ryan Crews

Sundays at 9:30 AM, beginning January 19

How to better equip the next generation to face the
culture’s attacks on their Christian faith


Also, dont miss this great upcoming event:

ReTHINK Dallas, Feb 28/29 – Click Here for more info
1300 tickets already sold!

reTHINK Dallas – February 28/29

If you love Frank Turek, J Warner Wallace, Greg Koukl …
They headline an amazing lineup of speakers for this biggest reTHINK yet.

This same conference has already seen attendance of more than 2,000 in both Orange County and Minneapolis.  Don’t miss the early bird pricing. Group arrangements are encouraged.  CLICK HERE for more info.

Leah Chapman – Engaging Gen-Z and Millennials

Thursday, October 24
Join us for this very special Reasonable Faith meeting.

*** ROOM CHANGE:  Cottonwood Creek Church, ROOM B-118 (main floor)

Do you ever wonder how we can reach the next generations we call “Millennials” and “Gen-Z”?

Leah Chapman has a wealth of experience doing exactly that and she will help us get inside the minds of today’s 20-somethings and teens. Are they as bad as some think or will they become the next “greatest generations”? What do they believe about God?

Leah is founder and producer of the “Apologetics Simplified Podcast”. A post grad student at DTS, she will graduate next May with a Masters in Theology with Apologetics emphasis. She also brings the experience of more than four years of childrens and youth ministry.

CLICK HERE for Apologetics Simplified Podcast

You don’t want to miss this refreshing but realistic insight into the future world of today’s “digital natives”.

Reasonable Faith meeting
THURSDAY, OCT 24, 6:45 – 8:15 PM
Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen, TX
more info:

Confessions of a Young Apologetics Junkie – Thursday, Oct 24

Leah is a grad student at Dallas Theological Seminary, a blogger, childrens ministry leader and apologetics ministry leader;  and she will be our special guest and speaker at our next Reasonable Faith chapter meeting.

  • 6:45 PM – Thursday, Oct 24
  • Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen, TX
  • Room:  “Game Plan Center”

Stay tuned for more information.


Are Your Kids Equipped? “New Age Spirituality” & “Progressive Christianity”

This Sunday, 4:00 PM, Cottonwood Creek

Are our kids equipped to recognize and stand firm against the huge but insidious threat of “new age spirituality”? From Disney to the occult to “Progressive Christianity”, today’s popular spirituality is perhaps responsible for the greatest number of lies that threaten to drown the next generation of Christians. Yes, God is in charge but He has also given us our marching orders as we engage the culture and seek to effectively take the gospel to those who don’t know they are drowning in an ocean of lies.

For more info:

This Thursday, “Sheep, Wolves & Sheepdogs” – 11 Minutes of Sam Harris


11 minutes
Sam Harris
Wolf among Wolves


Harris launched a powerful tirade of potentially lethal attacks on Christianity in this classic debate with William Lane Craig.  His assertions have helped countless former Christians to be “deconstructed”.  Left unanswered, new atheists like Harris are succeeding as evangelists for their world view. 

Join us this Thursday evening as we meet and work together to identify and analyze his arguments.  If his arguments are untrue, where are the untruths?  We will watch clips of 2 or 3 minutes each, then brainstorm our response as one or two of us play the role of atheist.

If we don’t do this kind of training, inside the ropes, how can we ever hope to be better equipped to respond in our daily walk?

We want to know how you would respond to Harris’s claims.  We want to know how we, together, can do more to protect the sheep from the wolves.

Reasonable Faith Chapter Meeting
Collin County and Dallas Chapters
6:45 to 8:15 PM
Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen, TX
South side of 121, just east of Stacy
Room:  “Game Plan Center”


Lies, Lies, Lies, Chew & Spit – THIS SUNDAY, 9/22

“TruthTalks for Parents” will meet in Room B109, one of the beautiful new rooms on the main floor at Cottonwood.
4:00 to 5:30 this Sunday, 9/22, at Cottonwood Creek Church in Allen, TX
Join like-minded parents and grandparents as we learn how to equip our kids for today’s spiritual warfare.
For more information on this class and on the “Mama Bear” book, go to