John 20:19-31 

Have you ever played the game, “I doubt it?” The goal is to get rid of the cards in your hand, and sometimes – maybe often – requires bluffing. Another player can call your bluff by saying “I doubt it” with consequences for you if the other player is right, or for them, if you did not bluff. On a more serious level, a healthy skepticism is sometimes good. After all, it’s not necessarily true, just because it’s on Facebook! But sometimes doubt is more serious. And one person, in particular, is known for being a doubter – “Doubting Thomas.” Why did he doubt, and what were the consequences? Join us Sunday to find out!