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Here is a personal reflection from Susan Medlin, our graduate intern, on her experience leading Forming: Changed by Grace. Consider joining us in this new group experience.
You know those moments when you feel truly seen by God? This podcast is one of those moments for me.
“What if during an unpleasant moment, instead of trying to escape, you asked yourself, ‘What am I really feeling?’ and then knew someone who cared enough to listen.”
Let’s utilize our physical bodies while we benefit from the movement, fresh air, and change of scenery. There’s more to gain than calorie burn – there’s much evidence that physical activity boosts our emotional and mental well-being. It’s not just about being beach ready – there’s an opportunity to reduce stress and anxiety while increasing cognitive functioning.
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“Biblical compassion should be saying to us that we need to put to death our timidity and tell our neighbors the hope that is found in the gospel by becoming a follower of Jesus Christ. A key passage that tells us of this hope is 1 Corinthians 15.”
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There are certain situations/outcomes beyond my influence. That’s life. I do have control over my response. Will I fuss, pout, or argue? Or will I opt to be patient, thoughtful, and gracious? Will I choose to be grateful for life and its opportunities or will find I fault with every situation and the people around me? How does my faith influence and inform my perceptions, responses, and ultimately my hope for this day (and every day after)?
“And so I am working on remembering that when I am caught up in mom guilt, I need to be found under the gaze of another. I need to see more than myself, and more than my failure. I need to see him who sees me. I need to see him who is a kind, loving Father.”
The concept of Christians getting therapy shouldn’t be a big deal but for some, it is. Sometimes it is said that “If Jesus is enough, then we don’t need therapy.” but what if therapy is a gift from Jesus?