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How do I do That?
Sometimes, living our faith feels like there are a lot of "don’ts"- Don’t get angry, don’t cry, don’t question. But what if living our faith was about learning how to deal with the don’ts? This series will focus on learning how we, as regular people, can experience human emotions and still be Christian.
May 26 | How to be Courageous - Deuteronomy 31:1-8
Many of us can remember a time when we wished we would have acted bravely but we couldn’t muster the courage. We all have courage, even if it does not feel that way. It’s a habit we can build, a muscle to develop. This week we will look at what it means to be strong and courageous and how our courage can make the world better.
June 2 | How to be angry - Psalm 137:1-9
A question counselors often hear is, “What do I do with my anger?” Anger can be so overpowering it causes us to lose control. How do we, as compassionate, loving people, get to the other side of anger? This sermon will explore how to acknowledge human anger and find safe and effective ways to process it.
June 9 | How to speak truth - Ephesians 4:14-18
Candor, the art of speaking with sincerity and openness, helps us understand each other. But often candor gets twisted into a brutal honesty that causes hurt feelings and shuts down conversations. The bible suggests we learn to speak the truth in love. This week we will learn how to be both honest and compassionate.
June 16 | How to encourage - Ecclesiastes 4:9-12
Everybody needs to hear a positive word. In our society today, it seems that those positive words are less and less offered. How can we offer sincere encouragement to a world badly in need of hope?