I Have No Idea

Well actually have a few ideas, but I thought I’d ask you for some ideas. If you’ve been reading this blog for any time, I could use your feedback. Are there any ideas I’ve presented in this blog that you’d like to me explore further? Are there questions about life and faith that aren’t being addressed all that much – questions you’d like some insight into? I’d love to hear your ideas.

About Andy Lewis

Andy is an author, pastor, and musician who lives in Santa Cruz California. Currently he serves as lead pastor at Faith Community Church in Santa Cruz
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4 Responses to I Have No Idea

  1. Sarah Z. says:

    Hola Andy! I have been reading this blog for a while. I’d love some thoughts on how a Christian lives in this broken world. I know that this world is just a temporary home, so it will not always feel like we belong here. I feel like sometimes I’m at odds with what I know God asks of me, what I’m actually feeling and what the world is demanding of me. For example, how do I have joy when I’m dealing with a broken home life, stress at work, illness and all the other junk of everyday life? Sometimes I feel like a fake being one of the happy-shiny Christians when life is hard. I’d love to hear some thoughts on that. Thanks!!

  2. Abby says:

    Hey. Great blog! Love reading it and everyone’s commentary from time to time. I am grateful for your faithful writing on this forum. It has been such an encouragement to my faith.

    Here is something I have bee wondering: If we all ‘interpret’ the bible in our own way, how are we all supposed to agree upon what it teaches and apply it properly? Not just on the big stuff like marriage but also on the topic of “healthy anger” as you had previously written about.

    Also, talk about the importance of the domestic church. How do we as mothers and fathers minister to our spouses and children. Speak to the responsibility we have in the vocation of motherhood, fatherhood; not only to each other but to our community and to our Lord.

    Do we apologize too much as Christians?

    Also, I notice culturally that there seems to be something of a return to traditionalism lately. (Not sure if I’m the only one) Are we craving that? If so why?

    Much love and prayers to you Andy! Keep going brother!

  3. Andy Lewis says:

    This is great Abby! Thanks for the encouragement and the good ideas

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