Posts with the tag “emotional-health”
Time for a Check-Up
by Theresa Golden on September 22nd, 2023
By Theresa Golden: As we conclude our Emotional Health message series, it’s important that we sit back and assess what God has done in our lives throughout this journey.
Let God Transform You
by Mary Beth Barefoot on September 20th, 2023
By Mary Beth Barefoot: Emotions are a part of every person's day-to-day life. Whether it be joy, sadness, excitement, bitterness, contentment, or anger, emotions can come and go as quickly and as often as the ocean’s waves. For me, it can sometimes seem overwhelming to navigate through all of them.
Jesus Doesn't Wear Jordans
by Miranda Braden on September 18th, 2023
By Miranda Braden: Jesus won't always match your pace. Sometimes there is a deeper hidden work He is doing in you, in your heart, or even in the others around you.
Rooted In Love
by Theresa Golden on September 15th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: We’ve been talking about Emotional Health in this message series, and it’s an important topic regardless of age, status, or gender. But did you know that emotions are a gift from God?
Do It Afraid
by Nikki Bailey on September 13th, 2023
By Pastor Nikki Bailey: One of the hardest battles we can face is in the mind. Some say it’s the devil’s playground and can send us to a seemingly bottomless pit.
Work Slower, Not Harder
by Rachael Wynne on September 11th, 2023
By Rachael Wynne: Resting, truly resting, is much harder than we would care to admit. The moment we get still and allow our thoughts to rest, we are immediately reminded of the million-and-one things that we should be doing or problems we should be solving.
Peace In Pain
by Theresa Golden on September 8th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: Has something ever happened in your life that you felt was your fault, no matter how improbable that may be? I think we’ve all been there at one point or another.
Loving God With Everything
by Steve Miller on September 6th, 2023
By Steve Miller: So there Jesus was, walking through the temple courts of Jerusalem, when He was approached by the chief priests and elders. They start drilling him with all sorts of questions to try and refute any sort of authority He might have with the community.
What Do You Need?
by Meghen Haggard on August 30th, 2023
By Meghen Haggard: It may feel uncomfortable or even selfish to start out by listing areas of struggle or need, but I think it’s also the quickest way to get to the things that are really stirring in our hearts and causing anxiety.
With My Whole Heart
by Theresa Golden on August 28th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: “It’s ok to not be ok, but we won’t stay that way.” I heard this for the first time well over a decade ago when we first started attending Opendoor Church. Up until then, I believed quite the opposite. Maybe you feel that way right now.
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