Satan's ultimate goal in any type of spiritual warfare is to beat to you down and make you vulnerable to the point where you agree with him and his lies...
What if hearing God's voice is something for all believers?
Hearing someone's story of hurt can be uncomfortable and it's very tempting to try to solve that discomfort with advice. Our need to "fix" can actually do damage to the heart at these moments.
Processing the element of the Holy Spirit's personhood, trustworthiness, and... how do we interact with someone/something that feels so intangible?
A short discussion about faith and healing before jumping into "hotseat" prayer for multiple people at Immerse.
Community Discussion around the book "Daring Greatly" by Brene Brown. Here we discuss vulnerability, trust, and shame, topics outlined in chapters 1-4 of the book.
What is implied when we interact with Jesus as "Lord"? What assumptions do we bring into that role-relationship that must be faced and, perhaps, confronted. What kind of Lord is He, really?
What does it mean to call God "Father?" What do we bring with us to that term? What is God really like as a Father?