Here’s the question of the new century: Does faith still matter? With the economy hanging by a thread, historic American corporations filing bankruptcy, millions facing unemployment, global pandemics, terrorism, and climate change, is God still relevant?
Millions of people—people of faith and those without any particular faith—are asking questions like these, but unfortunately, we don’t always trust each other enough to sit down and talk about our doubts, fears, and beliefs.
Community Conversations Live was a seven-part lecture series presented by Pastor Randy Maxwell of the Kuna Seventh-day Adventist church. The series was designed to open a dialogue on topics like:
- Does God exist?
- Why suffering?
- What happens after death?
- Does religion ruin everything?
- Why the cross?
- Is the collapsing economy
a sign of the end?
RANDY MAXWELL is the pastor of the Kuna SDA Church in Kuna, Idaho. Prior to this he served as the Creative Director for advertising at Pacific Press Publishing Association in Nampa, Idaho. Randy is an author, speaker, and the founder of IF MY PEOPLE PRAY MINISTRIES, through which he conducts prayer and revival seminars across North America and internationally. Randy’s six books include If My People Pray, Bring Back the Glory, On Eagles’ Wings, and Let Not Your Heart be Troubled. Other DVD series include No Fear!
Randy and his wife, Suzette, have three children and one son-in-law. They’ve lived in Nampa, Idaho since leaving Southern California in 1987.