It’s OK not to be OK: Anxiety

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Pastor Steve Hull and Emily Hull



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In 1 Peter chapter 5, the devil is said to be prowling like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. For many of us, the beginning of our journey with God is also the beginning of a battle resisting the attack of the Devil. Before Peter talks about the devil he says cast all our anxiety on God. As we think together about how we are to trust in God when experiencing anxiety, we will hear from Emily Hull as she shares her personal experience of anxiety and faith.