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How to Slay Your Biggest Fears | ITC8

How to Slay Your Biggest Fears | ITC8

Welcome to Episode 8 of the In the City Podcast with Dr. Jonathan G. Smith. In this episode, Jonathan discusses how to confront the fears that hold you back. He does this by sharing part of his story on how he went from being a sale representative to a lead pastor.

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This Episode’s Topic: Overcoming Your Fears

To better understand why this topic matters, this episode dives deep into the story of Jesus’ disciples and how they came face to face with the fear of death. In a desperate plea for help, they call out to Jesus to save their lives. In a formidable demonstration of power, Jesus calms the wind and the raging sea. That command shocked the disciples, and they were even more fearful of Jesus than the storm. After Jesus finished confronting the storm, he then turns to the disciples and asks, “Do you still have no faith?”

In the storms of our daily lives, Jesus asks us to place our trust in him. Do you have faith?

What You’ll Discover

  1. Jesus response to our pleas for help
  2. How faith is the answer to our fears
  3. Why Christians place an emphasis on trust

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The best part about podcasting is joining in a conversation with you. To help kick off a conversation here is a question to consider:
What are some of the most difficult circumstances you have had to face in your life? How did your faith carry you through that storm?

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About The Author

Jonathan G. Smith

The Rev'd Dr. Jonathan G. Smith is the Senior Minister of Redeemer Church in Orlando, Founder of Grace Nation, and owner of Higher Purpose Coaching. His passion is to see people transformed by the Gospel, the liberating power of Jesus Christ.

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