Sermons from March 2018

Sermons from March 2018

Death To Selfie Part 4: Drawing Our Identity From God

DRAWING OUR IDENTITY FROM GOD Palm Sunday commemorates the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover. The Jewish people expected the Messiah to be an earthly king who would free them from the tyranny of the Roman Empire. They knew who they wanted Jesus to be – a military leader. So they welcomed Him as a king with palm branches. Jesus knew who He really was. He drew His identity from God. So Jesus rode a donkey,…

Death To Selfie Part 3: The Power of Identity

Death To Selfie Part 3: The Power of Identity The “Selfie” illustrates a conflict that exists between who we believe ourselves to be and who we want other people to see. There is the me I see. There is the me I hope to be. There is the me I pretend to be. There is the me I was created to be. THE POWER OF IDENTITY In this series, we’ve seen Jacob trying to be someone he is not, Leah…

Death To Selfie Part 2: Relationship Behaviors

Death To Selfie Part 2: Relationship Behaviors The “Selfie” illustrates a conflict that exists between who we believe ourselves to be and who we want other people to see. There is the me I see. There is the me I hope to be. There is the me I pretend to be. There is the me I was created to be. LOW SELF-ESTEEM RELATIONSHIP BEHAVIORS 1. Over Apologizing – If you apologize for apologizing you may be struggling with low self-worth.…

Death To Selfie Part 1: The Selfie Self-Image

THE SELFIE SELF-IMAGE There are over 1 million selfies posted each day. 36% of people admit to altering their selfies. 14% admit to digitally enhancing them. Billions of selfies are deleted and retaken. The “Selfie” illustrates a conflict that exists between who we believe ourselves to be and who we want other people to see. Our goal, in this series, is to help you embrace who God believes you to be. Put to death your current self-image and embrace the…

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