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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3 Ways to Express Affirmation to Others (But Especially Your Kids!)

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Has someone given you some affirmation today? Maybe a loved one reminded you that you are not taken for granted. Maybe a co-worker or supervisor credited your work. Affirmation feels good! And it should. Would you be opposed to receiving more affirmation? Probably not, even if you are shy about receiving it. That’s because you…

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Holding on to Identity

Holding on to Identity As we grow up, there are often many names and labels placed on us. Your grandpa may affectionately call you by a nickname, whereas that schoolyard foe may call you mean and teasing names. Then there are always the labels of middle child, athlete, scholar, class clown, goody two shoes, just…

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Holding on to Identity

Holding on to Identity 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 close out the sermon series by talking about our identity “in Christ” and the importance of knowing…

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Battle For Your Mind

Battle For Your Mind 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 how to win that ongoing war in your mind. We all face what could be…

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Battle for Your Mind

Battle for Your Mind We’ve all heard the phrase, “Get out of your head!” Sometimes we hear it uttered to athletes or artists when they can’t seem to perform as their record shows they can. Other times, we may hear someone say it in conversation as they try to get the other person to pull…

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Uprooting the “Strongholds” in Our Mind

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May is Mental Health Awareness month. Here at Newbreak Church, we care deeply about providing resources for you, wherever you are on your journey of getting healthier spiritually and mentally. No doubt the apostle Paul dealt with mental health battles, even if that was not a coined phrase in his days. After all, we all…

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Stigma

Stigma Choices can be overwhelming. Research suggests that, as adults, we make 35,000 decisions EACH DAY! Talk about fatigue! So, it’s no wonder that there are some things that we just want to take our hands off the wheel, sit back, and let life just happen. When it comes to our mental health, however, we…

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Stigma

Stigma 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 how life is somewhat like being dealt a hand of cards, but regardless of “the deck of cards”…

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