How to conquer strongholds

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Mobile users click here to see the video Do you have strongholds in your head? Go ahead, admit it. We all do. We all have firmly entrenched patterns of thinking in the deep recesses of our personality that are based on lies that we believe about ourselves, others and even God. These thought strongholds can even keep us feeling insignificant, …

Are you tired of worrying?

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Mobile users click here to see the video Do you find it hard to stop worrying? Worry, fear and anxiety are some of the most common upsetting emotions that we have. No matter how hard you try to stop it, worry just seems to sneak back into your mind. You don’t want to be worrying but it just keeps popping …

Do you have an unruly soul?

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Are you in a spiritual cycle? We all go through spiritual cycles. It’s OK to admit it. Sometimes we feel very close to God and other times he seems silent and unreachable. It’s normal to cycle through times of blessing and wilderness. In fact, it’s part of God’s growth plan for us. How can anything good come from a wilderness? Glad …

Is it your spouse or your baggage?

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There’s something wrong with him/her! How come they just can’t see it my way? This week we’re talking about marriage. Do you get frustrated with your spouse when they don’t live up to your expectations? Are they meeting your needs the way they should? In this week’s video you’ll learn what happened to Kathy and me when we had a …

The ultimate cure for worry

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Do you want to stop worrying? Admit it, has worrying ever changed anything in your life? Has it been a good investment of your time? Did it pay you back well for the effort you invested in it? Would you like to quit? I know what you’re thinking. If you stopped worrying, what would you do with all the free …