Anger at God can produce a myriad of emotions from shame to abandonment and can deeply affect our relationships with people - and with God. In this course, pastor Laurie Brock helps us understand the anger we can feel with God and how it can have a transforming effect on our lives.
Ever get mad at God?
Anger at God can produce shame, depression, and alienation. However, as Episcopal priest and pastor Laurie Brock says, anger is not good or bad, but rather a neutral and natural emotion created by God.
In this course, Brock calls on a lifetime of study and counseling to offer insights into what anger is, why we get angry with God, and how we might address this potentially debilitating occurrence. Brock believes anger at God can actually be good for us because of the potentially life-changing, transformative effect it can have on our lives.
Brock is co-author of the book Where God Hides Holiness: Thoughts on Grief, Joy and the Search for Fabulous Heels (see more below)
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