If we are ever going to find emotional health and achieve spiritual maturity, we are going to have to begin by looking beneath the surface of our life.  But, is it safe to do that?  Is the potential pain worth it?  Might we discover something so truly ugly that God rejects us because of it?  These are all questions we need to answer before we can courageously look beneath the surface of who we are.

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Peter Scazzero writes in his book The Emotionally Healthy Church that the area of emotions is a too long overlooked area when it comes to discipling followers of Jesus.  He emphasizes "It is not possible for a Christian to be spiritually mature while remaining emotionally immature." 

This message is the first in a series of seven that Pastor Tim will preach about what the Bible teaches on how we can find emotional healing and maturity as followers of Jesus.

In this message, Pastor Tim will refer to an emotional/spiritual health survey.  You can take this survey online by clicking here or by downloading and printing the survey by clicking here.  Both are free and are courtesy of

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Don't be fooled about what confession really is. To share Jesus with others and help them find him, we need to have a firm grasp about what makes a true confession in God's eyes.

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Understanding the true nature of faith that God accepts is key for us to be able to share Jesus with others.

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The one solution for the world's problem is a person - Jesus Christ.  We need to understand this clearly before we can share Him with the world.

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