Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment.
Matthew 22:37-38

Being a Christian doesn’t mean leaving your brain at the door. Quite the opposite, in fact. We’re supposed to love God with all our minds, as well as our hearts and souls.

That means it’s a good and important thing to ask questions about your faith. There are some things which are difficult to understand and some things we need to think about. There are lots of things it’s good to discuss with other people.

Whether you’re a Christian with questions, or someone wanting to find out more about what Christians think and why, you’re very welcome to join in our conversations on Facebook and around the internet.

Here are some specific resources to help you start to think about some questions lots of people have. If you have other questions you’d like help with, let me know!
Video answers to tough questions
Here’s my friend, Dawn, talking about God and suffering:

Blog posts on tricky topics
Addiction, denominations, parents, education, friendships, calling and almost anything you can think of!

Thinking about being a Christian in our society
ISIS, Sunday shopping, assisted suicide, climate change – all the big ones are here, with Christian insights.

In-depth articles aimed at university students
Evidence for Christianity, thinking about other religions, how your faith relates to your studies and more.