top of page




*Los subtítulos se generan automáticamente



This week we continued our series called "Help My Unbelief". Every single one of us deals with doubts in our lives. Sometimes this may be doubts about our faith, and sometimes this has to do with doubts about our career, relationships, or even identity. The Bible is clear that there is nothing wrong with having doubts, but God asks us to trust Him when we do. 

This week, we took a look at a character from the Bible who is famous for his doubts: the apostle Thomas. When the disciples saw the resurrected Jesus for the first time, Thomas was not with them and he demanded evidence before he would believe their claims. Jesus appeared to Thomas and showed him physical evidence of his resurrection. In the same way, Jesus is not turned off by our doubts, but continues to reveal himself to those who faithfully seek Him. 

READ JOHN 20:24-25

1. What characteristic of Thomas do you relate to most in this story?

2. Pastor Ian said that "doubt is often the first step on the road to faith." How have you seen this play out in your life or in the lives of those close to you?

3. Thomas' doubts were fueled by the emotion he was feeling in the wake of Jesus' death. How do our emotions affect our doubts?

READ JOHN 20:26-28

4. What does Jesus' response to Thomas communicate to you about how Jesus feels about you?

5. Are there any areas of your life where you have wrestled or are wrestling with doubts? How has this impacted your walk with Jesus?

6. In your life, who would you say has been a significant encourager to you during a season of doubt or a situation that brought up doubts? What did you learn from them?

7. Based on Jesus' interaction with Thomas, how do you think we should approach those who communicate their doubt to us? 


The Reason for God
by Timothy Keller


We believe that you should have the chance to explore your doubts, your faith, and ask questions in a safe environment. Join us for our 4-week Alpha Class each Sunday from 12:30p-1:45p, where you can ask the tough questions in a non-judgemental environment. 

bottom of page