How's Your Soul? (Study Guide)
: The term soul is notoriously hard to define. After all, how can we quantify and categorize something that is invisible, subjective, and untestable? We can't see our soul, so we tend to have trouble describing it, much less actively...
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The term soul is notoriously hard to define. After all, how can we quantify and categorize something that is invisible, subjective, and untestable? We can't see our soul, so we tend to have trouble describing it, much less actively caring for it. And yet, on some level, we are always aware of our soul. We continually monitor whether we are experiencing peace or anxiety, joy or desperation, fulfillment or emptiness.
As believers in Christ, we often assume that because we are saved, forgiven, and accepted by God, the "inside us" is taken care of. But is it really well with our souls? Is the inside us as steady and stable and secure as we would like to think? Our souls can only be healthy when they are at home in God: that is, when they return to God, when they find their purpose in God, and when they return to relationship with God. So, is that true in our lives?
In How's Your Soul, a six-session video-based study, bestselling author Judah Smith explores the nature of the soul and how we can care for it. He reveals how our souls all have an innate longing that only God can fulfill and how we find our identity in Christ. He also shows how our lives will change when we focus on heaven, our eternal home, instead of this world.
JUDAH SMITH and his wife, Chelsea, are the lead pastors of the City Church in Seattle, Washington. Judah is a well-known speaker at conferences and churches around the world. His humorous yet poignant messages demystify the Bible and show people who Jesus is in their everyday life. Prior to assuming the lead pastorate in 2009, Judah led the youth ministry of The City Church for ten years with a passion to take the reality of God to this generation. When he was 18, Judah announced the gospel to his entire school cafeteria at one of the largest high schools in Washington. Since then, he has He has authored several books and is a popular voice on Twitter (@judahsmith).