Speaker: Pastor Sunhee Robinson

In her sermon, Pastor Sunhee Robinson invites the congregation into her ‘inside world’, using the analogy of the movie “Inside Out” to explore the complex tapestry of human emotions. She emphasizes that all emotions, including fear, despair, joy, and anger, are integral parts of our being and none are inherently evil. Pastor Robinson encourages embracing and understanding these emotions as a pathway to healing, self-awareness, and spiritual growth, highlighting the importance of not judging ourselves harshly but rather seeking God’s guidance in navigating our inner landscapes.

3 Discussion Questions for Community Groups:

  1. How can acknowledging and understanding our emotions lead to deeper spiritual growth and self-awareness?
  2. In what ways can we support each other in embracing and processing our emotions, especially the challenging ones?
  3. How does the concept of not judging ourselves or others align with our Christian faith and practice?