39 min

It's Okay to Not Be Okay Redeemer Conversations

    • Christianity

“How are you?” This question can be difficult to answer, especially if we’re not, in fact, doing well. We can tend to shy away from sharing how we are presently struggling and simply share how we have overcome suffering in order to avoid looking weak, embarrassing ourselves, or burdening others. How can we cultivate authentic relationships in our community, and how can our honesty and vulnerability actually glorify God and encourage fellow believers? 

Join us for this week’s podcast episode, “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” as Redeemer members Aiza Domingo and Kristi Smith share what they’ve learned about bringing their raw emotions to the Lord through lamentation and authentically walking alongside others through trials.

Have an idea for a Redeemer Conversation? Share your podcast topic or guest recommendations with us! Email us at podcast@redeemerdubai.com, or message us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter (/RedeemerDubai).
Support the show (http://redeemerdubai.com/give)

“How are you?” This question can be difficult to answer, especially if we’re not, in fact, doing well. We can tend to shy away from sharing how we are presently struggling and simply share how we have overcome suffering in order to avoid looking weak, embarrassing ourselves, or burdening others. How can we cultivate authentic relationships in our community, and how can our honesty and vulnerability actually glorify God and encourage fellow believers? 

Join us for this week’s podcast episode, “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” as Redeemer members Aiza Domingo and Kristi Smith share what they’ve learned about bringing their raw emotions to the Lord through lamentation and authentically walking alongside others through trials.

Have an idea for a Redeemer Conversation? Share your podcast topic or guest recommendations with us! Email us at podcast@redeemerdubai.com, or message us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter (/RedeemerDubai).
Support the show (http://redeemerdubai.com/give)

39 min