Asking for a Friend

A six-week series on achieving strong mental health.

Week 1: We all have stuff. People tend to think that because our emotions are kept inside that mental health is a personal battle, one we are supposed to wage on our own. From a biblical perspective, nothing could be further from the truth, as Pastor Barry explains.

Week 2: Guilt. We all have it. Some people have it occasionally, some people carry it with them like luggage. Pastor Steve digs into the model for dealing with guilt.

Week 3: Guilt, Part 2. Some guilt is easily dealt with. But many of us struggle with guilt that is more difficult to remove than a pizza stain in a white shirt. Pastor Steve walks us through how to deal with stubborn-stain guilt.

Week 4: It is almost impossible to have peace and joy when we are struggling with shattered relationships. The secret to success may be understanding how to deal with broken vending machines, as Pastor Steve explains.

Week 5: You don’t know what the future holds. But, let’s be honest, that’s not because of COVID-19 — that’s always true, no matter the circumstances. But God knows. That’s why Paul instructs us to bring everything to God in prayer. As you listen to this message from Pastor Jessica, remember that a constant, continuous, positive focus in your prayer life will break the chains of worry, because those chains are being placed in hands much stronger than yours.

Week 6: Pastor Steve concludes Asking for a Friend by walking us through Paul’s admonition on how to turn a bad attitude into one that can cultivate peace.

Cover photo by Tim Bogdanov on Unsplash

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