Aug 25, 2020
Feelings can be complicated. Even within Christian circles, we can get mixed messages about how we should deal with our emotions. Today, Courtney Reissig reminds us that believers can truly engage with their emotions in a healthy + biblical way! This includes the “hard” feelings we may experience like grief, anxiety, and loneliness. We should feel something about the brokenness of this world! We don’t have to stuff our feelings or be enslaved to them. God’s Word can inform and shape our feelings!
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Teach Me to Feel by Courtney Reissig
Glory in the Ordinary by Courtney Reissig
Steadfast (Study on the book of James) by Courtney Doctor
His Loving Law, Our Lasting Legacy Jani Ortlund
The Way of the Righteous in the Muck of Life (Psalm 1-12) by Dale Ralph Davis
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