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Webinar - Anchored in Peace: Rolling with Stress According to God's Word

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Emerson discusses stress management through the lens of faith. Discover the difference between beneficial "eustress" and detrimental "distress" as he explores how stress impacts our spiritual, mental, and physical well-being. Learn practical strategies to navigate stressors that hinder our faith, compromise our health, and impede our ability to uplift others effectively.

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Understanding the Types of Stress: Eustress vs. Distress
  2. Recognizing the Impact of Stress on Faith and Peace
  3. Strategies for Managing Self-Imposed and Unpreventable Stress
  4. Overcoming Imagined Stress: Living in the Present Moment

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and tools to anchor yourself in peace amidst life's storms.

Emerson Eggerichs, Ph.D.
Author, Speaker, Pastor

Questions to Consider

  1. Reflecting on the various stories shared about finding peace in the midst of adversity, what parallels can you draw between your own experiences and those described? How has your faith or worldview influenced your response to difficult circumstances?
  2. Consider the concept of being a conduit of peace and comfort to others in times of trial. How do you currently engage with those around you who may be facing challenges? What steps could you take to better embody the role of a source of encouragement and support?
  3. In the face of unexpected hardships, how do you typically respond? Do you tend to seek peace and trust in a higher purpose, or do you find yourself becoming bitter or disillusioned? What factors contribute to your response, and how might you cultivate a deeper sense of resilience and trust?
  4. Reflect on the idea of trusting that all things will work together for good, even when the outcome is uncertain or doesn't align with our desires. How does this perspective challenge or reinforce your understanding of faith and hope? How can you actively practice trusting in the unseen, even when circumstances seem bleak?