The world can be a very uncomfortable place, from the pressures at home and work to worldwide issues like poverty and war. So naturally, we seek out those things that will make us feel comfortable and secure.

But true comfort isn’t necessarily found in lounge chairs and lattes. And when we focus solely on our comfort, we miss out on an enormous aspect of the life God designed for us. Sometimes we need to step out of our comfort zone. But how far do we step? And why would we want to?

In this 4-part series, Pr. Rich teaches us the importance of stepping out of our comfort zone. And we see that the only way to experience the true comfort found in Jesus Christ is to make sure we get uncomfortable enough to do what he has called us to do.

1. Lazy Boy (March 13-14, 2011)

Moving beyond the recliner approach to outreach
Recliners are the quintessential symbols of comfort. They call to us and lure us to a life of relaxation and ease. And who wouldn’t? want to be comfortable? After all, we live in an often uncomfortable world. But when it comes to the Christian life, comfort isn’t necessarily the goal. In fact, Jesus told his disciples to get out of their comfort zone and reach out to the world around them. He wanted them to get uncomfortable.

2. Tagged (March 20-21, 2011)

Answering the question “Why am I here?”
So many people wonder about the point of life. The philosophical question, “Why am I here?”

3. Godcast (March 27-28, 2011)

Becoming fishers of men
“Follow me, I will make you fishers of men.”

4. Bratwurst (April 03-04, 2011)

Major league evangelism
Few people would expect a chance encounter at a baseball game to alter someone’s eternity. But that’s exactly what happened one hot August day. In the midst of a major league baseball game, one man discovered the path that would ultimately lead him to eternal comfort. Through this powerful story, Pr. Rich presents the gospel message in a unique fashion. And as the inspiring and life-changing message unfolds, we discover the one true path that leads to eternal comfort.

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