S2 E1 Change Doubt to Peace – Doubting Thomas Did!
Bonus Content • 19m
Penny highlights that doubt and anxiety messes with us. Don’t let it stand in the way of experiencing God’s peace and love. Today Penny looks at living in fear being filled with profound doubt and anxiety through the story of Doubting Thomas from the Gospel of John 20:19-31. Thomas, one of the disciples, was in deep doubt and filled with fear. See how peace and doubt inner connect and how God’s divine reassurance that is deep inside can become peace known as shalom. Our hope is that this podcast begins to refresh and renew you with peace and love. Join us as we take a leap of faith reading and exploring scripture, praying, and joining together in song… I’ve God Peace Like a River. Don’t let doubt and anxiety win – find shalom, peace. Simple, fun, yet profound. Begin to see the sacramental reality of life. Come join the journey!
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