2 Corinthians 1:3-7 God has given us a comfort that is greater than anything the culture, other religions, or our own preferences and desires can provide.
American culture is a culture of comfort. It’s being sold to us everywhere we look. We’re encouraged to do what we want, when we want, with whomever we want. If something is uncomfortable, we want to avoid it at all costs. The Christian faith, though, is just that: uncomfortable. This four-week series will help people embrace, understand, and see the beauty and hope in the challenging realities of being part of God’s people.
1 Peter 2:4-10 The church is made up of people we may not always get along with or agree with—but that’s something God can use for our good.
Mark 8:31-35 We should expect uncomfortableness because the crucifixion and what Jesus did on the cross is at the very center of our faith.
Mark 8:27-38 The Christian life—especially when it comes to being part of a church community—is full of discomfort and awkwardness, but God uses these challenges to help us know him better.