AMA (Ask me anything) Starts this Sunday!


During the month of October, we will be exploring yet another amazing facet of our God’s “personality”:  God is an “ask me anything” God!  Now, I know that (depending on your faith background) that may surprise you.  In fact, you may even have the opinion that God demands unquestioning obedience…that it is somehow “against the rules” to question God.  Nothing could be further from reality.  Throughout scripture, a seemingly endless string of “characters” are recorded asking God some really probing questions.  And, instead of responding with a good old-fashioned “smiting”, God actually answered their questions.  In fact, in many cases, he actually WELCOMED their inquiries!   Check out this passage from  Jeremiah 33:2-3:

“This is what the Lord says, he who made the earth, the Lord who formed it and established it—the Lord is his name: ‘Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.’


I can’t wait to talk about some of the great questions from scripture that you may have never heard (but I bet you have thought about yourself).  I can’t wait to introduce you to a tiny book of the Bible with a really funny name.  October is going to be a great time at actionchurch, but in the meantime we need your help.  In the spirit of the “Ask me anything” series we would like to hear (and TRY to answer) YOUR best questions.  Questions about the Bible..about God….about religion…about actionchurch…about personal things you thought you could NEVER ask in church.  ASK US ANYTHING!

You can start by emailing us at DM us @actionchurch on Twitter, or message us on  We will be more than happy to keep your identity (but not your question) private.  Come on, ASK US ANYTHING!

2 thoughts on “AMA (Ask me anything) Starts this Sunday!

    • Hi Brenda,
      Thanks for asking a question that I think a lot of people wonder about. I think a lot of churches will also struggle with answers to that question as Marijuana becomes legal in various states and parts of the country. I recently shared my thoughts on it recently in our “How to judge a Bro” sermon. (you’ll find it about 8 minutes in.)

      Thanks so much for taking the time to comment.