All of us have questions about the supernatural world and how it interacts with the natural world. We wonder about those things in life that seem to point to something more. When we face turmoil, a cancer diagnosis, job loss, a pandemic, a potential war, we are drawn to the supernatural and ask if God can give us a miracle.
We ask questions about who will get a miracle, who will not get a miracle, and we may wonder if anyone gets a miracle anymore. Even in times of great joy, the birth of a newborn, the thrill of new love, a well-crafted lyric or poem, or the exhilaration of a summer storm, we wonder what some of our experiences might mean. What is this thrill of the sublime that captures us?
Is it something more than just a chemical reaction in our brain? Do these feelings point to something more? What is it that sustains our faith in God when naturalism crowds out our sense of the divine? Why doesn’t God make himself more plain? Supernatural provides a renewed way of looking at our world.
Come on a journey into the spiritual and explore questions that have troubled many of us for years. Join with others on a spiritual adventure and hear the stories of those who dared to ask God for something supernatural … and got it.