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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Prayer of Blessing

Prayer of Blessing 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 Prayers of blessing remind us who God really is and how he is working in…

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How to Pray a Blessing Over Your Kids

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As a parent, it is easy to be hard on ourselves, wondering if there is more we could do for our kids. This is a common feeling! Yet, one of the profound lessons in life thus far is how it is not always the difficulty of the task that equates to impact. Sometimes the greatest…

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Prayer of Humility

Prayer of Humility 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 begin a new teaching series talking through various kinds of prayer that ought to be part of our…

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Setting Some Spiritual Goals for 2021

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“New year, new you!” Right? Well, not exactly. For as much hype as a turn of the calendar brings, rarely do people actually put the effort into actually becoming the person they say they will become. There is usually a gap between our new year’s resolutions and our regimens to get there. While goals can…

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The Difference Between Forgiveness and Trust

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Forgiveness is something we all need. And yet it is one of the most difficult things to give. In fact, Jesus makes a strong point that His followers ought to forgive every single time. 21 Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother or sister who sins against…

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Should I Pray for the Desires of My Heart?

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We all have prayers that are birthed from our desires. But what if our desires do not correspond to God’s plan? Are we still allowed to pray to God for them? Matthew 26:39 gives us a unique window into Jesus’s prayer life, especially since this prayer takes place in the garden of Gethsemane just hours…

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Why Prayer is So Much More Than Wish Lists

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What is prayer? We know it means addressing God with our requests, but at its very core, it is so much more, and we want to help you discover the depth of it! Maybe you have heard about someone’s extravagant prayer life and thought to yourself, “How do they pray for two hours? I can’t…

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If You Could Pray Like Elijah…

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Do you remember being a child and dreaming about being like one of your heroes? What if someone told you that you could do what they did just as well as them. Would you believe them? Probably not. Hypothetically, if ancient Jews ever had costume parties, little Jewish children would have dressed up like Elijah.…

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The Danger of Being “Double-Minded”

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What do you think of when you hear the phrase “double-minded”? Dictionary.com defines double-minded as “wavering or undecided in mind.” This is clearly not a desirable trait, but it’s easy to fall into. And the Bible warns us of the danger of being “double-minded,” but it does so, using even more colorful language. So, what…

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