Unsettled: Finding Peace in a Complicated World
Whether you call it stress, anxiety or feeling unsettled, the impact is similar. It can be mild or debilitating, robbing us of our peace, contentment and hope. Even if you aren’t experiencing it personally, you have friends and family that are. God offers all of us a different way to live where we don’t have to live under the tyranny of stress and anxiety. Come join us as we discover how God created us to live in an unsettled world, but with peace, hope and confidence.
Week 1 Message - Learning the Symptoms
Date - October 5/6, 2019
Speaker - Rusty Coram
There are no lack of sources for stress, pressure and anxiety in our lives. It can be easy to dismiss them as ‘normal’ life challenges, but the truth is their impact can be detrimental to us in many ways. To live healthy lives, we need to learn to recognize them for what they are. The Bible provides many examples of people facing the same difficulties.
Week 2 Message - Learning to Deal
Date - October 12/13, 2019
Speaker - Kim Feld
There’s an old saying that admitting something is half the battle. There’s a lot of truth to that, because often times the hardest thing to do is take a long, hard look in the mirror and face our brokenness. Our stubborn pride often gets the best of us, but once we find that place of humility, God is ready and waiting to help.
Week 3 Message - Learning to Let Go
Date - October 19/20, 2019
Speaker - Steven "Bulldog" Frazier
Trusting God and experiencing the peace and joy He offers is not a matter of ignoring reality or being oblivious to what’s really going on. By adopting a new perspective that is rooted in genuine trust in God, we can experience life free from the grip of fear, worry, anxiety and stress.
Week 4 Message - Learning to Focus
Date - October 26/27, 2019
Speaker - Brandon Pendleton
There will always be problems, pressure, pain, loss and uncertainty around us. God’s answer is not merely to change our circumstances, but to change us from the inside out. When that begins to happen we have the resources to thrive no matter what we face.