Women 2 Women
If you struggle with fear, you’re not alone. Fear is no respecter of people. It strikes the weak and the powerful. It haunts the young and the old, the rich and the poor. Even those who seem to have it all, including celebrities and “fearless” leaders, have confessed to ongoing struggles with fear.
Take George Washington, for example. Although he served as one of America’s founding fathers, he was scared to death of being buried alive. Richard Nixon was terrified of hospitals, and Napoleon Bonaparte—the military and political genius—was afraid of cats. Those examples are somewhat humorous, but in reality, there’s very little to find funny about fear and the way it affects our everyday lives.
Thursdays, 10:30 am, Multi-purpose Hall, CCF Center.
Join us at WOW Thursday starting Feb 14 and let us look into the fears that besieged us and how we can overcome them
•Feb 14 Defeat: the fear of failure
• Feb 21 Depression: the fear of mental breakdown
• Feb 28 Disconnection: the fear of being alone
• Mar 7 Disease: the fear of serious illness
• Mar 14 Death: the fear of dying
• Marc 21 Deity: the fear of God
(Series is based on the book “What are you afraid of?” by Dr. David Jeremiah)