Do you live in fear of fellowships that last over an hour, and cringe when you’re the first one to leave?
Do you dread the small-talk exchanges that crop up during small group meetings and church meet-and-greets?
Do you feel like you don’t quite fit into your church or your spiritual community?
If you struggle with any of these issues, if you’re an introvert, or if you’re an extrovert who wants to understand a little bit more about your quieter, thoughtful brothers and sisters in Christ, now’s the time! Come join my six-week Bible study Introverts In The Church: A Survival Guide. There you’ll find understanding, sympathy, and some useful tips for how to integrate yourself (or help integrate other introverts) into your broader church community right now.
The study is posted here: this week I’m talking about that time I had to choose between Jesus and the bathroom, the struggles introverts face, how to figure out if you’re an introvert or an extrovert, and the foundational truth that the church requires personalities of all kinds.
Everyone is welcome – and if you have any thoughts to add about the study or your personal experiences, let me hear ’em either here or over there.
Looking forward to spending the next six weeks with all of you!