19 min

Misconceptions about Emotions | Part 2 | Heidi Goehmann The Concordia Publishing House Podcast

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Misconceptions about Emotions | Part 2 | Heidi Goehmann

 In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, author Heidi Goehmann rejoins host Elizabeth Pittman to continue discussing the complexities of our emotions and how our Creator helps us to experience them. 
Order her book Emotions & the Gospel: Created for Connection by visiting cph.org. 

 Show Notes:
While we experience imperfect emotions every day, Jesus perfectly experienced emotions.
Heidi speaks about common misconceptions, or partial truths, many believers have when considering their emotions. She explains why experiencing emotions matter, and how they are a gift from God not to be turned away from or scorned. Heidi also stresses the importance of staying in God’s Word when going through partial truths and reflecting on God being our Savior from our imperfect emotional experiences, rather than just a manager. 
Keep up with Heidi’s episodes for more insight found newest her book, Emotions & the Gospel.  
Heidi’s website: heidigoehmann.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heidigoehmannwrites
Instagram: @heidigoehmann
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/HeidiGoehmannWrites                      
Questions Covered
·         What are common misconceptions about emotions?
·         What are the benefits to removing judgement from our view of emotions?
·         What happens when we try to control our emotions?
About the Guest
Heidi Goehmann is a licensed clinical social worker and mental health provider, deaconess, writer, speaker, wife, mom, and advocate. She can always be found at heidigoehmann.com advocating and providing resources for mental health and genuine relationship. Heidi loves her family, sticky notes, Jesus, adventure, Star Wars, Star Trek, and new ideas.... not necessarily in that order. 
Besides Emotions & the Gospel, Heidi has also published Altogether Beautiful: A Study of the Songs of Songs and Finding Hope: From Brokenness to Restoration with Concordia Publishing House. 

Misconceptions about Emotions | Part 2 | Heidi Goehmann

 In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, author Heidi Goehmann rejoins host Elizabeth Pittman to continue discussing the complexities of our emotions and how our Creator helps us to experience them. 
Order her book Emotions & the Gospel: Created for Connection by visiting cph.org. 

 Show Notes:
While we experience imperfect emotions every day, Jesus perfectly experienced emotions.
Heidi speaks about common misconceptions, or partial truths, many believers have when considering their emotions. She explains why experiencing emotions matter, and how they are a gift from God not to be turned away from or scorned. Heidi also stresses the importance of staying in God’s Word when going through partial truths and reflecting on God being our Savior from our imperfect emotional experiences, rather than just a manager. 
Keep up with Heidi’s episodes for more insight found newest her book, Emotions & the Gospel.  
Heidi’s website: heidigoehmann.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heidigoehmannwrites
Instagram: @heidigoehmann
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/HeidiGoehmannWrites                      
Questions Covered
·         What are common misconceptions about emotions?
·         What are the benefits to removing judgement from our view of emotions?
·         What happens when we try to control our emotions?
About the Guest
Heidi Goehmann is a licensed clinical social worker and mental health provider, deaconess, writer, speaker, wife, mom, and advocate. She can always be found at heidigoehmann.com advocating and providing resources for mental health and genuine relationship. Heidi loves her family, sticky notes, Jesus, adventure, Star Wars, Star Trek, and new ideas.... not necessarily in that order. 
Besides Emotions & the Gospel, Heidi has also published Altogether Beautiful: A Study of the Songs of Songs and Finding Hope: From Brokenness to Restoration with Concordia Publishing House. 

19 min