Sunday Sermon: Seeking out Comfort

Sunday Sermon: Seeking out Comfort

By: Michelle Morris, M.Div, M.A., Spiritual Care Counselor

Sunday Sermon: Seeking out Comfort

September 15, 2019

As people struggling with the disease of addiction, we have become incapable of sitting in discomfort and vulnerability. We cover these moments of our lives by seeking out comfort in a whole host of unhealthy habits, including using drugs and alcohol. This week’s message is a reminder that life’s most beautiful and meaningful moments spring from the places in which we are uncomfortable: growth, change, new and unknown paths.

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