Having questions means you are thinking. We hope you are thinking, and therefore we hope you have questions. Please ask them!

Others will benefit from your questions because they likely have wondered about the same things you are wondering about. The leadership of Emmaus will also benefit from your questions. For one, it will help us to know where we need to provide instruction. Two, it will challenge us to study in areas where we might not otherwise.

Our commitment to you is to reply to your question with either an immediate answer or to inform you as to how and when we intend to address your question.

Perhaps we will recommend resources - books, articles, blog posts, sermons or podcasts. There’s no sense in doing work that others have already done well. Or perhaps we will answer the question ourselves via blog post, in Emmaus Essentials, or through a sermon or sermon series.

Please submit your questions about theology or the Christian life by sending me an email. Your question will be considered and then posted along with an initial response in the forum below. If you wish to remain anonymous, please indicate that in your email.

Look forward to hearing from you!

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"Him we proclaim,
warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom,
that we may present everyone mature in Christ."
(Colossians 1:28, ESV)

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