Faith Over Fear

Faith Over Fear

Jennifer Slattery, Tara Rye and Jodie Bailey

The Courage to Face Tragedy with Honesty and Faith – Ep. 34

December 29, 2020   ●   15 min

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When life hits hard and we experience deep loss, we may be tempted to suppress or misdirect our emotions. When we do that, we can easily end up stuck. We might even lash out and run from the One who wants to hold it through us. In discussing her “Job-like” experiences, Jodie Bailey shares how God helped her process some heavy grief.

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Group Discussion Questions:

1. Do intense emotions, in yourself or expressed by others, make you uncomfortable, and if so, why?
2. What might it mean to grieve with Jesus?
3. When have you endured what felt like a “Job-like” experience?
4. During your time of grief, how did you respond?
5. Why do you think people are often afraid of anger?
6. When is our anger misplaced?
7. When is anger placed accurately?
8. In what ways or times might God share our anger?
9. In what ways does anger draw out our deepest doubts?
10. Why is it important to process our hurts and pain?

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