Feeling Stuck?

Trust the process

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How often do you feel stuck when facing a tough decision?  

It’s something we all struggle with from time to time, magnified when others are depending on us. When you are in that situation it’s only made worse by being overwhelmed and anxious. Many just keep running in circles, never really getting anywhere due to the fear of making a wrong choice. 

If you are struggling to trust God, yourself, or others, you are not alone. 

The good news is that God is inviting you into a better story. 

There are faithful solutions for getting unstuck in your life—proven ways to stay calm amid the storm so you can trust God’s voice.

On March 23, Faith+Lead will be presenting an online workshop with Rev. Dr. Angela Williams Gorrell “What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do: Discernment for Difficult Times” where you will learn a process you can implement right away to eliminate the fear and anxiety that comes from facing the toughest of decisions and the biggest life changes. 

You will walk away from this hands-on training with new or refreshed skills in discernment, so that you can be empowered to make any difficult decision with God’s help. 

Face the difficult decisions of today and tomorrow with more tools in your toolbox. Trust the process, as they say, and turn reactive decision-making into discernment. It is going to take practice. With a mix of spiritual practices and practical skills, you will learn to face difficult decisions with grace and confidence. We are with you and the Holy Spirit is too. 

Your turn

Take the first step to get unstuck by taking a look at Faith+Lead’s workshop offerings.

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