Proverbs 27:17

Proverbs 27:17

Tuesday, May 28, 2024

You can find answers to tough questions

Dear Peter,


In the face of our culture’s major confusion about some of the most basic truths, people are asking tough questions. That includes the people we care most about. I get it. I have two teenagers who are asking more and more questions by the day.


With easy access to social media, many of our loved ones are looking for answers in all the wrong places. But instead of solid truth, they’re fed bad ideas that deny reality and add to the confusion. 


The good news is that clarity exists, and Colson Center media is committed to bringing you that clarity. As the Senior Editor here at the Colson Center, I get to watch our team engage hard questions on a daily basis and seek to answer them with the clarifying truth of the Christian worldview. My prayer is that you are daily equipped to see all things through the lens of unchanging truth so you can stand on solid footing in your faith. As our eyes are opened to see everything from a Christian worldview, we can begin to discern the root of our loved ones’ confusion, not just the outward symptoms. We’re empowered to move toward them confidently, offering them compassion and a better answer than the empty lies our culture offers. 



Heather Peterson

Senior Editor

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