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I’m Fine

I’m Fine: How God Meets Us When We’re Not

Sometimes it’s easier to say everything is fine instead of admitting how we really feel. In this series, we will look at exhaustion, anger, anxiety, and discontent, and how a loving God meets us in our struggles.
January 2 // Exhaustion, Chris Dolson – Discussion Guide
January 9 // Anger, Charles Yu – Discussion Guide
January 2 // Exhaustion, Chris Dolson – Discussion Guide
January 9 // Anger, Charles Yu – Discussion Guide
January 16 // Anxiety, Matt Metzger – Discussion Guide
January 23 // Discontent, Michael Knapstad – Discussion Guide
January 16 // Anxiety, Matt Metzger – Discussion Guide
January 23 // Discontent, Michael Knapstad – Discussion Guide

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For some of us, the best next step towards health in any of these topics is finding a mental health provider. We’d love to help you connect with a Christian counselor in the Dane County area. For recommendations to assist you with your specific situation, complete a counseling recommendations request or call 608.828.4230.

In addition, we do offer the privacy of individual care and the encouragement and accountability of educational and peer working groups. Check out our One-to-One care team who are trained, caring volunteers who want to walk alongside you in difficult seasons. One-to-One care provides someone who cares, supports, listens, shares, and prays with you. Our Boundaries class and Grace Groups offer you grace and safety while learning to identify and overcome obstacles and patterns that get in the way of thriving and flourishing personally and relationally. To request a one-to-one care partner or to learn more about our groups, visit our Care page.

Finally, we would love to pray with and for you. If you’d like to connect with a pastor, please fill out this connection form.

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