This blog exists as a tool to offer a theological perspective on things that usually don’t find their way into Sunday morning sermons. The Christian life is full of questions that are answered in Church. Who is God? Why does my life have value? What does Christian community look like? At Hope Community Church these questions are routinely answered  from the pages of the Bible and Hope is a better local church because of that. However, there are many questions that Christian’s wrestle with that are not as common to Church discourse. The type of questions that come up after two cups of coffee. What role does humor have for a Christian? How should other Christian traditions be viewed? When should children be allowed to have cell phones? These questions are an attempt to take the substance of faith and find consistent application to every facet of life. That is why this blog exists. In the spirit of Paul, Christians aim to “take every thought captive to obey Christ” and that means they have to venture into the less familiar territory of life with their Christian faith and attempt to understand how to live for God.

Luke Suciu is a pastor of a small urban church plant—Hope Community Church—in Fort Wayne Indiana. He graduated with a BA in Theology from Moody Bible Institute and an MA in Theology from Wheaton College. He enjoys pithy word combinations but couldn’t come up with a better name than “Luke Suciu Blog” for this website. His wife Lauren is amazing and his daughter Nora has no shortage personality for a one year old.

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