29 min

There is Purpose in the Pain with Jen Roland Part 2 The Love Where You Are Podcast

    • Christianity

Join me for part 2 of this powerful discussion with writer, speaker and coach, Jen Roland as we continue our conversation, There is Purpose in the Pain, and discuss the importance of maintaining our identity outside of our circumstances, how God feels about our grief, the ministry of presence and how to love and serve others through the ministry of hospitality.

Be sure to check outJen's upcoming workshops:

July 15th Workshop (at 3 pm & 8 pm EST): Identifying Spheres of Personal Control & Surrendering the Rest
Link for more information and to register:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEtc-Gtpj4sHtY61TjL14iMU0o-yvwoJMKI

July 29th Workshop (at 8 pm EST): Natural Methods for Pain Management
Link for more information and to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAtdOuhpzsiE9QF9UfcpFcBwYvgkrzo3pmq

For Somer's latest FREE teaching bundle, go to somercolbert.com/resources and be sure to connect on Facebook in the Ahavah Community Group and on Instagram @somercolbert

My Favorite Takeaways:

What if God didn’t give this to you as a punishment? What if God gave you this to draw you closer to Him?

Psalm 77 - shifting our focus away from our problems back to God’s faithfulness and how He’s brought us through in the past, it can actually dissolve our anger

Our laments can be a pathway to praise - God wants to hear them

God has encouraged me to remember - remember his faithfulness and how He has brought me through

God gives value to the grief process

It’s not the pain, its the mindset

Romans 12:1-2

There is an eternal purpose to our pain

It’s healthy to grieve, it’s healthy to feel anger we just have to bring those feelings to God in a state of brokenness because when we bring our anger to God in a state of brokenness He uses it for healing but when we don’t do that, it can turn into bitterness and resentment that can then keep us in that pit of depression and anxiety

Our greatest ministries are born out of our deepest pain

Join me for part 2 of this powerful discussion with writer, speaker and coach, Jen Roland as we continue our conversation, There is Purpose in the Pain, and discuss the importance of maintaining our identity outside of our circumstances, how God feels about our grief, the ministry of presence and how to love and serve others through the ministry of hospitality.

Be sure to check outJen's upcoming workshops:

July 15th Workshop (at 3 pm & 8 pm EST): Identifying Spheres of Personal Control & Surrendering the Rest
Link for more information and to register:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEtc-Gtpj4sHtY61TjL14iMU0o-yvwoJMKI

July 29th Workshop (at 8 pm EST): Natural Methods for Pain Management
Link for more information and to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAtdOuhpzsiE9QF9UfcpFcBwYvgkrzo3pmq

For Somer's latest FREE teaching bundle, go to somercolbert.com/resources and be sure to connect on Facebook in the Ahavah Community Group and on Instagram @somercolbert

My Favorite Takeaways:

What if God didn’t give this to you as a punishment? What if God gave you this to draw you closer to Him?

Psalm 77 - shifting our focus away from our problems back to God’s faithfulness and how He’s brought us through in the past, it can actually dissolve our anger

Our laments can be a pathway to praise - God wants to hear them

God has encouraged me to remember - remember his faithfulness and how He has brought me through

God gives value to the grief process

It’s not the pain, its the mindset

Romans 12:1-2

There is an eternal purpose to our pain

It’s healthy to grieve, it’s healthy to feel anger we just have to bring those feelings to God in a state of brokenness because when we bring our anger to God in a state of brokenness He uses it for healing but when we don’t do that, it can turn into bitterness and resentment that can then keep us in that pit of depression and anxiety

Our greatest ministries are born out of our deepest pain

29 min