Accepted in Jesus
Every person has a deep need for fellowship, camaraderie, and companionship, but in our fallen world, rejection is commonplace . . . and painful. We hurt when we are excluded, especially when it involves our family, our close friends, or our church.
Rejection has driven many people to become rebellious, controlling, intemperate, or obsessed with their performance. But being rejected does not need to doom us to misery and bitterness. Jesus offers a far better way.
Accepted in Jesus is more than an exploration of rejection. It points the way to a life centered on Jesus, a life that takes up residence in Him. In Jesus we are not only delivered from the ways of self but anointed with the life and vitality of Jesus, which flows into our relationships, making us people of love, joy, and peace.