Stuck (Jennie Allen) • 7m 34s
There is a tension that we feel. Most of us know we are stuck and imperfect, broken. But focusing on the reality of our brokenness usually brings about one of two disconcerting responses: we either run to the dark place of rebellion or to the seemingly safe place of covering it up. Shame follows us to both places. In this introductory session, you will identify three places you feel most stuck. Then, prepare for Session One by completing the lesson in the study guide on your own.
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Stuck, Session 1, Broken
We were designed to come to the end of ourselves again and again and again, to slip down the rungs of our ladder, until maybe, after years of reaching the end of myself, I would consider that I had a problem...that I might be stuck. I might need God. Dig into Romans 8 and face your need to be bro...
Stuck, Session 2, Mad
Anger is our reaction when we feel our rights are being taken from us. We get angry about not getting what we think we deserve. The problem with anger is really what we believe about God. Do we trust Him to defend us if we stop defending ourselves? Or are we too afraid of becoming a door mat? Stu...
Stuck, Session 3, Discontent
Discontentment is plaguing the souls of women. Our houses are too small; we wear the wrong size; we can’t get pregnant; we can’t get married; we can’t afford the right jeans. We need kids who obey and hair that obeys and husbands who obey, and we need jobs that are fulfilling and enough money to ...