All of us walk through life with occasional fear. And it’s not always a bad thing. Fear is a byproduct of our ability to think about what might happen in the future, and it can protect us from harm. However, living with too much fear can cause us to be self-absorbed, distracted, and overly protective. But the good news is this: You don’t have to be afraid even when there’s something to be afraid of.
In life, it seems that something is always breaking—which means we are always fixing. We can become pros at it. But there are some things in life that we shouldn’t fix—things that creep into our lives, become a mainstay, and without us knowing it, undermine our relationships, our success, and our relationship with God. These things are better broken. During this series, get ready to break some things.