How To Survive A Faith Crisis

Podcast #107

 

With Christian leaders like Joshua Harris and Marty Sampson publicly walking away from the faith, Jason gets real and shares the story of his own loss of faith and how God never let him go.

Jason Houtsma serves as Worship Pastor for Mosaic Church in Bellingham, WA, Husband to Alli, Father to Bjorn and Asher, and guitar instructor for WorshipArtistry.com

How To Survive A Faith Crisis

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I needed to here this......

I am not a worship leader.....I am not a pastor.....I am just a regular guy who enjoys the music....
But this was the first WA podcast that I listen to in its entirety. I am 62, married to my lovely God fearing wife (+35 years...WOOT!), but I am struggling as well. Where are You!!....Is my faith solid? Am I saved.... Am I still going to church - YES....am I still serving...yes....am I into His word - no.....Do I pray to Him....no.....
Do I need to get quiet with Him.....yes.....Psalm 46:10a. "He says, "Be still, and know that I am God"".......

Thank you for sharing....I know it was hard.....but oh so needed. Not only for yourself, but for the rest of us. Thank you for your prayers.

You are definitely not alone

and I will pray for you. It's a hard place to be but I firmly believe God is with you in the midst of it. He will not let you go and He will only prove Himself faithful.

Thanks so much

Thanks, Jason. Definitely something I really needed to hear. There are times when I doubt and I'm almost afraid to explore that for what I might find. I appreciate your words of just reaching out to God as much as I can...something I haven't really been doing a lot of over the years. Again, thanks.

Thank you

Jason, thank you so much for making this episode and sharing your personal struggle. I know this podcast will resonate with many people who are going through a similar season as well as equipping others who are walking alongside people who are going through the same thing. Thank you for mentioning "In Quietness & Confidence" by David Roper. I plan on taking a look at that one. I am praying for you. Keep up the great work!

Such a great book!

And your prayers are appreciated and felt. Thank you.