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Holy Discontent

on February 2, 2014

I’m definitely feeling this today, check back later for a post of my own story!

Heavy, Deep & Real

We just completed a study called Weird by Craig Groeschel in our adult Sunday school. I really enjoy Groeschel’s stuff – he’s honest and to the point. Weird was a six-part series challenging Christians to live a life that most people would consider weird.

As Christians we are to love our enemies, pray for those who persecute us, turn the other cheek (accept an insult), forgive others as we’ve been forgiven, and all that stuff. Groeschel takes those ideals and puts them into everyday experiences where we have to choose to be weird and do things differently than how the rest of the world might respond.

I want to talk briefly today about his last lecture during which he challenges us to be weird by embracing the pain of the things that bother us. Not so much the personal stuff, but things you see in your community, state, country, or…

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