Overcoming Emotions that Destroy

What do you do with your anger? Pastor Chip Ingram talks about the three most common ways of dealing with anger: leaking it out slowly, stuffing it inside, and spewing it out all over everyone around you. Chip Ingram also looks at the way Jesus dealt with his anger and gives some practical advice for dealing with emotions that destroy.

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Overcoming Emotions that Destroy

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