Think of your favorite sports team for a moment. How did you become a fan of them? Most likely, it's because of the geographic region and/or household you grew up in. The same could be said for the "faith choice" of many. There's nothing wrong with this faith journey - it's just that the world around us expects dialogue with more substance than upbringing or "mystery". In this message, Matt introduces "Unapologetic", a series that simply asks the question, "Can you confidently share and dialogue about why you believe what you believe?".
We live in a world where faith and Christianity are becoming less relevant and "believable" by the hour. With advanced science and certainty, who needs faith anymore, anyways? As followers of Jesus, we need to know why we believe what we believe to have any influence in our culture. It's easy to be a believer in Christian circles, but when you're in the minority and the hard, piercing questions come regarding your faith, do you know how to answer them in a way that they can be heard and not immediately dismissed? And perhaps more importantly, do you know how to listen and ask questions in a way that equally considers another's context?