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Everyone experiences emotions—some easy, some difficult. But even though emotions are a normal part of life, dealing with them can be quite challenging. We often lack the intuition to understand them or the language to fully express them.
But after today, you just might see your emotions as your “friend”!
Healing rarely happens overnight! It usually unfolds more gradually, and often, it’s a really rough process—especially if it’s relational healing. The long journey can begin to feel hopeless, and when the pain becomes too much to bear, you start to wonder if you’re even going to make it.
Well, my friend, you are going to make it! And today, best-selling author Lysa TerKeurst candidly shares her own healing journey and gives you practical steps to keep going when you’re worn out and tired of trying.
No one is immune from life’s difficulties. Yet many people of faith are reluctant to talk about mental health or seek professional help when they are struggling. They often suffer in silence, believing things will get better if only their faith was stronger, they prayed more, or they had more self-discipline.
So, today on the 4:13, worship leader Anthony Evans teams up with licensed therapist Stacy Kaiser to show you what happens when the power of faith intersects with the practicality of therapy.
GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book How to Heal Our Racial Divide by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
Do you long to see hurts healed, wrongs corrected, and distrust replaced with trust in each other? The disunity in the world and in our communities is disheartening, but the good news is that the Bible has a lot to say about how to heal what divides us.
Author and pastor, Derwin Gray, joins us on the podcast and walks us through Scripture, showing how God—from the beginning—envisioned a reconciled multiethnic family that reflected His beauty through diversity in the world. But is it possible for us to experience this kind of unity today?
We’ve all believed lies. The thing about lies is that sometimes we don’t even realize why we believe them because we assume they’re true. I’ll never forget the lie I believed when I was in the fourth grade because, girl, I really thought it was true!
Can you imagine that for most of your life, you believed the names other people gave you? Labels like “orphan,” “no good,” and “unlovable.”