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Compared to Her - Bloom Talk #1

Saturday, 27 April 2019
1:30 - 4:00pm (including afternoon tea)
North Hall, SLE Church

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“I wish I were more outgoing like that woman in my bible study group. She can talk to anyone and make them feel welcome.”

“I don’t say it out loud, but I’m secretly glad when other people praise my child and say they are well-behaved and successful. I’m proud of the way we brought them up.”

“All my friends are dating and some are about to get married. I find myself thinking, ‘Why them? What’s wrong with me?’”

“It’s hard not to look at other women at the gym who are more toned or fit. If I put in more time and effort, I’m sure I’ll end up looking like that one day.”

Have you ever felt dissatisfied with your situation and relationships in life? We know that the Christian life is meant to be one of joy and contentment. So why do we often find it so hard to be content? What robs us of true joy and lasting contentment?

This upcoming Bloom session will be the first of a two-part series on finding true contentment as Christian women. We will explore the common problem of comparing ourselves to others and see how it robs us of true joy and lasting contentment. Sheena Abraham from St Lucia Bible Church will help us to spot the effects of discontentment in our lives and identify the cause of it.

As always, Bloom sessions are designed to help women grow in understanding how God’s grace should transform various aspects of our lives. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to have God’s Word do its work in renewing our minds as we sit under it together, and as we support and pray with each other in small groups.

Please RSVP by 21 April. This will help enormously with planning!

About Sheena Abraham

Sheena is married to Dave the Children’s and Youth Pastor at SLBC. She is mother to Ella 13, Hayden 12 and Zoe 10. She delights in serving her family and fulfilling the high calling of being a wife, mother and child of God. Sheena enjoys growing up in the Lord alongside her Christian sisters and looks forward to the privilege of unpacking the concept of Compulsive Comparison Syndrome with the women of SLE at Bloom.

“I wish I were more outgoing like that woman in my bible study group. She can talk to anyone and make them feel welcome.”

“I don’t say it out loud, but I’m secretly glad when other people praise my child and say they are well-behaved and successful. I’m proud of the way we brought them up.”

“All my friends are dating and some are about to get married. I find myself thinking, ‘Why them? What’s wrong with me?’”

“It’s hard not to look at other women at the gym who are more toned or fit. If I put in more time and effort, I’m sure I’ll end up looking like that one day.”

Have you ever felt dissatisfied with your situation and relationships in life? We know that the Christian life is meant to be one of joy and contentment. So why do we often find it so hard to be content? What robs us of true joy and lasting contentment?

This upcoming Bloom session will be the first of a two-part series on finding true contentment as Christian women. We will explore the common problem of comparing ourselves to others and see how it robs us of true joy and lasting contentment. Sheena Abraham from St Lucia Bible Church will help us to spot the effects of discontentment in our lives and identify the cause of it.

As always, Bloom sessions are designed to help women grow in understanding how God’s grace should transform various aspects of our lives. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to have God’s Word do its work in renewing our minds as we sit under it together, and as we support and pray with each other in small groups.

Please RSVP by 21 April. This will help enormously with planning!

About Sheena Abraham

Sheena is married to Dave the Children’s and Youth Pastor at SLBC. She is mother to Ella 13, Hayden 12 and Zoe 10. She delights in serving her family and fulfilling the high calling of being a wife, mother and child of God. Sheena enjoys growing up in the Lord alongside her Christian sisters and looks forward to the privilege of unpacking the concept of Compulsive Comparison Syndrome with the women of SLE at Bloom.