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The Problem

If God is so good, why is the world so bad?

Sermons in this series

Unseasonal Sorrows
Ever notice how out of season a funeral home tent looks in December cemetery? Or that sorrows seem harder to handle when the world is all lit up in Christmas lights? In this message, we’ll be honest about the reality of struggle during the holidays. And we’ll find some answers in scripture.
The (Not So) Good Earth
Okay, so a lot of the evil, pain and suffering we see in the world can be attributed to the bad behavior, decisions and choices humans make. But what about natural disasters like tsunamis, hurricanes and tornadoes? If God is in charge of the climate, it doesn’t feel like he’s doing a very good job. Is there a Christian response to the problem of natural evil?
Red Pill/Blue Pill
What if I told you that you could live in a world with no suffering, no pain, no evil? You only had to give up one thing . . . your free will. Would you do it? This week, we go deeper into The Problem: If God is so good, why is the world so bad?
It's Everybody's Problem
Believers are confronted with the question of evil, pain and suffering: How can a good God allow bad things to happen? We have to face and answer that question. But the problem of evil is not just a problem for believers. It’s everybody’s problem.

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Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

First visit several years ago was confusing. First visit this summer, I was impressed with the service and the friendliness of the people. I was impressed with the focus on community. The openness, the understanding that the church is part of the world and local community.

I have always felt loved here. No one has ever judged me or made me feel less during any of my trials.

I consider the hearts of the people at Twickenham to be one of the greatest strengths. I have seen people quietly serve in so many ways and walk out life together. I also believe that the resources of the congregation can be a huge strength. Together, there is such a huge opportunity for ministry.