Emotional Maturity 

Emotional Maturity

Emotional Maturity

Mark Rossouw and Ashleigh Simpson

16 August 2020

 

3 John 1:2 (TPT)

The unprecedented nature of our COVID-19 is setting the stage for us to practice how to effectively navigate through difficult circumstances and it’s accompanying emotions, thoughts and struggles. We believe that God is calling us to submit to the ‘cacooning process’ so that we can learn (and at times, unlearn) how to be effective within relationships. However, when we think of relationships we often think of the happenings between two entities and we tend to neglect the relationship that we are meant to have with ourselves. 

We delve into the juicy and somewhat neglected region of emotional health and well-being and why emotional maturity is not only advised, but also required if we are to be effective in the Kingdom and satisfied generally.