Redeeming Our Regrets

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You know that feeling. The one where that you feel in the deep part of your stomach and it seems to go all the way through your bloodstream. Sometimes it comes right after you say something or do something. Sometimes it is a slow burn that is felt days, months, or years later! Regret. Everyone…

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Leaving Regret Behind

Leaving Regret Behind Newbreak’s Sermon Study Guide is an in-house resource that serves sermon-based Life Groups and/or individuals who want to reflect further on how the message contributes to their spiritual formation. In this week’s study, we talk about the paralyzing power of regret and how we can move past it in a healthy manner.…

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Leaving Regret Behind

Leaving Regret Behind What is something you regret? Everyone has regrets, it’s just part of falling short in an already fallen world. Regrets though have the power to paralyze us if they go unchecked. Lean in as we discuss what it looks like to navigate regrets in a healthy way, leaving them behind so that…

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Leaving Control Behind

Leaving Control Behind Newbreak’s Sermon Study Guide is an in-house resource that serves sermon-based Life Groups and/or individuals who want to reflect further on how the message contributes to their spiritual formation. In this week’s study, we talk about the illusion of control and how trusting God is the antidote to control. Watch Message Study…

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Leaving Control Behind

Leaving Control Behind Why do we chase after control? Because control makes us feel like we can map out the future–giving us peace of mind. But control is an illusion. We don’t actually have control over all the aspects of our lives. But what if we don’t need “control” in order to have peace regarding…

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Leaving Complacency Behind

Leaving Complacency Behind Newbreak’s Sermon Study Guide is an in-house resource that serves sermon-based Life Groups and/or individuals who want to reflect further on how the message contributes to their spiritual formation. In this week’s study, we talk about the danger of complacency and how we need to take an “endless vacation” from it so…

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Leaving Complacency Behind

Leaving Complacency Behind What is something no one wants to hear? “You’ve really settled!” Whether it be with reference to a marriage, career, or anything else–settling for less is never what we want. And this is the textbook definition of being “complacent.” It’s basically an oxymoron for a Christian to be complacent when God has…

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Combatting Complacency So I Press On Toward All God Has For Me

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The Oxford dictionary defines “complacent” as “showing uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one’s achievements.” When I reflect on my spiritual life, that is, my walk with God, it is easy to become complacent. It is easy to become “uncritical” and settle for a certain level of progress in my life. Socrates, an ancient Greek philosopher,…

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Leaving Judgmentalism Behind

Leaving Judgmentalism Behind Newbreak’s Sermon Study Guide is an in-house resource that serves sermon-based Life Groups and/or individuals who want to reflect further on how the message contributes to their spiritual formation. In this week’s study, we talk about the danger of judgmentalism and how to leave it behind. Looking to Jesus, we see that…

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Leaving Judgmentalism Behind

Leaving Judgmentalism Behind Judgmentalism might just be the world’s true pastime. Everyone, regardless of religious or economic background, is an expert at judging others. Instead of accepting it, we look to Jesus to see how he chose to embody compassion as the world’s Savior, and how this might give us a new lens of how…

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