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  • Faith: Even When Things Don’t Go My Way

    Faith: Even When Things Don’t Go My Way

    We all have that internal desire to be good enough, to impress, to be successful, but unfortunately, I have realized a lot of that desire comes from sin and from the idea that knowing God and being loved by Him isn’t enough.

  • Formed: IBC Blog

    Formed: IBC Blog

    Formed is a platform that gives people a place to wrestle with topics they may tend to avoid and to grow and learn from one another. A tool used to help believers make their faith their own by providing different perspectives and stories while pointing to the gospel and the mission and vision of Irving Bible Church.

  • Blessed are the Curious, When Doubt Pays Off

    Blessed are the Curious, When Doubt Pays Off

    One of the most memorable sermons I’ve ever heard at IBC was about doubt. The preacher’s name was Jay. To illustrate the importance of faith, Jay invited a volunteer to come to the stage. He held out a closed fist to the volunteer and said, “I'm going to give you whatever is in my hand. I'm telling you now, before I show you, that what's in my hand is one hundred dollars.”

  • Monotonous Majesty

    Monotonous Majesty

    There’s a whole lot that happens in the in-between, and it can feel like an endless sea of waiting. Like the three-hour line at Disney World in the sweltering Florida heat (where we were supposed to be this week).

  • Asking Questions

    Asking Questions

    Clearly my questions were due to a lack of faith. There was no scientific argument or mathematical logic that could prove otherwise. The problem was I didn’t want to find shelter and hide in my faith, I needed to live and breathe in it.

  • Finding Joy

    Finding Joy

    Isn’t it interesting how simple definitions can unlock things we have never seen before? Upon further exploration on the topic of positive alacrity, an article explored the unexpected psychological benefit of positive alacrity - the effects of this behavior goes both ways by uplifting, observing, and voicing these micro-moments of joy to others, and we then actually absorb the joy ourselves.