If we can’t find contentment, maybe we should consider where we’re looking for it. Dave Belfield concludes the ‘Holy Discontent’ series with a clear message that when we try to fill what only God can fill, it leads to greater discontentment. Are we holy discontent or wholly discontent? Listen in as Dave brings the solution to this problem.
Holy discontentment is a gift. So what now? Where do we go from here with it? How do we use it? Often when we want to change something, we get stuck. So, looking at what Abraham & Sarah and Moses did, and taking a powerful story from her teaching career, Chevon gives us the road map.
What is a “holy discontent”?
And how can we use this effectively in life and in serving God?
Starting with a story demonstrating how she “likes to complain”, Rachel explains what it is to have a holy discontent, how to change anger and discontentment into holy discontent, and how God can gift you with a holy discontent.
What do we do when our foundation shifts? What should we do when relationships or friendships change? Rachel looks at why we shouldn’t wait for things to break before we start to change them. But exactly when should we do this? Listen in to hear some pearls of wisdom about relationships and life.
Cornerstones are important. If we are going to build something, it’s important to have stability. Our foundation determines the success of what we build. So what builds that sort of foundation – that security in our lives? What brings us security? Listen in as Chevon shares some personal stories and insights. It’s all about the base.
We are meant to be connected with each other and with God. But how do we connect? How do we stay connected? And how can we reconnect if somehow life results in a disconnected relationship? Listen in as Steve uses Lego building blocks to show us exactly how.