Jerry Sittser

Jerry Sittser is Professor and Chair of Theology at Whitworth University. He holds a master of divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and a doctorate in the history of Christianity from the University of Chicago. He is the author of several books, including A Grace Disguised and The Will of God as a Way of Life. Married to Patricia, he is the father of three children and two step-children, all grown.

25 Years Of Radio Holy Scars 1

Trusting God

Some of the most moving faith stories have occurred in the shadow of great loss. Jerry Sittser, Lisa Beamer, and Gracia Burnham share their experiences with God in the face of painful circumstances.

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Tragedy And Hope

Tragedy and Hope

If you or anyone you know has lost a child, you know the grief can consume you. Nancy Guthrie and Jerry Sittser share vulnerably about biblical hope in the face of unthinkable tragedy.

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Growing In Your Faith Day 1

Why Me?

Has God ever let you down?

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Growing In Your Faith Day

Finding God in the Stories of Loss

In the midst of deepest suffering, where is God and why doesn’t He deliver us and answer our prayers?

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Growing In Your Faith Day 3

Living Out Your Story of Redemption

Jerry Sittser talks about the years after the accident when he focused on raising his children as a single dad.

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Growing In Your Faith Day 2

Becoming Spiritually Ambidextrous

As we live our lives, we are writing a story. The best stories include challenges and adversities.

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Finding Your Story in the Bigger Story

If suffering is so integral to human sanctification, why do we, as humans fear and avoid it?

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Growing In Your Faith Day 3

Spiritual Disciplines of the Early Churc

How did the early Christians differ from believers now?

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Growing In Your Faith Day 2

The Spirituality of the Early Christians

Can history be a valuable spiritual resource for us?

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Gleaning Spiritual Truths From History

Why is history fundamental to the faith?

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