I'm Amy. I'm home educating our 2 cubs, overseeing the Kids Ministry at our Church Plant in NYC and trying to remember what day of the week it is. 
I really believe:
making disciples starts at home.

Anger: when is it rocky and when is it righteous?

Two weeks ago I spoke Christ Central on The Struggle With Anger. It was a vulnerable message for me to share my utter frustration with tin cans....among other things 😉😅 .


After breaking down the 3 components of anger, we opened it into group discussions: .

🌿 What does David teach us in the Psalms about processing anger?

🗣 What does Jesus teach us about self control in how we assess our situations?

⚔️ What does Peter teach us in the garden about how to choose our reactions?

You can listen to it by clicking here.

🙋🏻‍♀️I’m still learning how to put all this into practice. Anyone else? I still get angry at traffic, at inanimate objects, and the kids. I still project my worry and fears through my anger instead of processing them properly. I still place my expectations above my flexibility for grace. 

BUT as with most things, God has used my vulnerability and weakness to reveal his strength and ability. He’s used my motherhood journey to reveal how much I need him and trust him with my past, present and future.

He’s teaching me to find peace in the chaos and pain and follow it. And teaching me how to discern when my anger is a symptom of a rocky foundation, and when it is righteously fuelled. 🔥 .

What is God teaching you right now?

How are you processing your emotions?

Are you going to him with all your frustrations and feelings?

“Trust the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding but in all your ways acknowledge him.” Proverbs 3:7

Click here to listen to the talk, I hope it encourages you. 💜

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