This week is part 3 in our series on suffering. We’ve looked at why suffering happens and what God thinks about it, this time we investigate how we should feel about all the suffering that happens (to us and to other people) and how that fits in with Christian beliefs. We’ll talk about how emotions like anger and hate are not always bad, that they are okay within certain boundaries and motives (e.g. It’s okay to be angry about poverty, it’s not okay to be angry at the ref at an Auskick game).
- August 9th
- 6:15 -9pm at St. Johns
- Cost: $5
- Food: Dinner provided
- What are the most common emotions expressed in your family? Are they okay or do you need to make some changes?
- How does your family deal with anger?
- What are some practical tips in seeking reconciliation that you can share?