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Fear

April 8-22, 2018

Peniaphobia • North Oak

Fear of not having enough • April 22, 2018 • Mark Sheets

No matter how much money we make or how much stuff we have it can seem like it’s never enough. But where does our anxiety about not having enough ultimately get us? Ultimately, Jesus tells us we should not worry, but is it that easy? How can we live a life with less fear about what we don't have?

Thanatophobia • Platte County

Fear of dying • April 22, 2018 • Kayla Meredith

It has been said that all that is certain is death and taxes. Although we know death to be inevitable and a regular part of life, many of us still fear its role in life. How does the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus change that? How do we live with assurance that not even death is the end?

Xenophobia • Gladstone

Fear of people who are different • April 22, 2018 • Adam Mustoe

A pitch black room. A dark alley. The first day at a new school. We fear these things because of the unknown. It has been said that what we do not understand we worship or fear. When this fear is aimed at people it is called "Xenophobia" fear of that which is foreign or strange. How wide to we draw our circle, and how would Jesus have us treat people outside of it?

Thanatophobia • North Oak

Fear of dying • April 15, 2018 • Kayla Meredith

It has been said that all that is certain is death and taxes. Although we know death to be inevitable and a regular part of life, many of us still fear its role in life. How does the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus change that? How do we live with assurance that not even death is the end?

Xenophobia • Platte County

Fear of people who are different • April 15, 2018 • Bryan Rezen

A pitch black room. A dark alley. The first day at a new school. We fear these things because of the unknown. It has been said that what we do not understand we worship or fear. When this fear is aimed at people it is called "Xenophobia" fear of that which is foreign or strange. How wide to we draw our circle, and how would Jesus have us treat people outside of it?

Peniaphobia • Gladstone

Fear of not having enough • April 15, 2018 • Mark Sheets

It has been said that all that is certain is death and taxes. Although we know death to be inevitable and a regular part of life, many of us still fear its role in life. How does the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus change that? How do we live with assurance that not even death is the end?

Xenophobia • North Oak

Fear of people who are different • April 8, 2018 • Adam Mustoe

A pitch black room. A dark alley. The first day at a new school. We fear these things because of the unknown. It has been said that what we do not understand we worship or fear. When this fear is aimed at people it is called "Xenophobia" fear of that which is foreign or strange. How wide to we draw our circle, and how would Jesus have us treat people outside of it?

Peniaphobia • Platte County

Fear of not having enough • April 8, 2018 • Mark Sheets

No matter how much money we make or how much stuff we have it can seem like it’s never enough. But where does our anxiety about not having enough ultimately get us? Ultimately, Jesus tells us we should not worry, but is it that easy? How can we live a life with less fear about what we don't have?

Thanatophobia • Gladstone

Fear of Dying • April 8, 2018 • Kayla Meredith

It has been said that all that is certain is death and taxes. Although we know death to be inevitable and a regular part of life, many of us still fear its role in life. How does the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus change that? How do we live with assurance that not even death is the end?

Fear Bumper

April 8-22, 2018

It starts when we were just little kids: afraid of the dark, afraid of monsters, or afraid of animals or strangers. As we grow, we fear different things. Jesus’ most repeated command in the New Testament is “do not fear." How can we have the capacity to be brave when we’re afraid?