Sunday, Mar 7, 2021

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Team Jesus: Get Off the Sidelines and Get in the Game!

Every player on Team Jesus is called to get in the game and contend for the faith. Are you still sitting on the sidelines?

Cast All Your Cares on God, He’s Got Your Back!

There are some challenges and trials in life that only God can fix. Know that He is up for the task - cast your cares on Him!

Fear of the Unknown: God’s Blessings May Surprise You

Have you ever been shocked that what you prayed and believed for actually happened? Here's how to deal with the fear of the unknown - when it happens!

It’s Just Water: Don’t Fear What Came to Help You

When God sends help or motivation, don't fear being 'sprayed with water'. Embrace it and move forward with the opportunity to grow.

The Balancing Act: American vs. Kingdom Citizen

When our American citizenship gets too burdensome to bear, it’s our privilege to remember the family of God we were born-again into.

Small Predators: Is Fear Making a Fool of You?

Is the fear of small predators or your light afflictions making a fool of you? Here's how to tell and what to do when fear threatens your peace.

The Fear of Being Alone: Honoring Purpose Over Marital Status

The fear of being alone and the focus on our marital status can shift our attention away from the purpose God has for our lives.

Bad News Can’t Thrive in Courageous Prayers

When bad news strikes, it's not the end of the game. Strike back with courageous prayers to God, who's standing by with all we need for the victory.

Stay Calm, Don’t Panic: God is Still in Control

When fear and panic strike, remember every word that God has promised His people. Find peace in God who is still in control.

Fear: The Uninvited Guest

When fear comes to our door, we have to protect every opening from its tricks and lies. Here's how to combat fear with a few plays from our Playbook.
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Happy or Exhausted Helper: Are You Supposed to Carry That Load?

There's a time and place to be a helper, and a time and place to stay in your lane. Here's how to position yourself as a happy helper.
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