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The Battle for the Mind

As we embark on a new year – are your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors ever out of control? In a world that is constantly pushing messages through social media, the news, and our ever-connected devices, it can cause incredible pressure. There is also spiritual interference trying to get us on a spiral of destructive thinking. Join us for this new series as we look at the enemy’s tactics and give you the tools to think about what you are thinking about.

Winning The War In Your Mind – by Craig Groeschel

Change your thinking – change your life. Are your thoughts out of control–just like your life? Do you long to break free from the spiral of destructive thinking? Let God’s truth become your battle plan to win the war in your mind! We’ve all tried to think our way out of bad habits and unhealthy thought patterns, only to find ourselves stuck with an out-of-control mind and off-track daily life. Pastor and New York Times bestselling author Craig Groeschel understands deeply this daily battle against self-doubt and negative thinking, and in this powerful new book he reveals the strategies he’s discovered to change your mind and your life for the long-term. Drawing upon Scripture and the latest findings of brain science, Groeschel lays out practical strategies that will free you from the grip of harmful, destructive thinking and enable you to live the life of joy and peace that God intends you to live. Winning the War in Your Mind will help you: Learn how your brain works and see how to rewire it Identify the lies your enemy wants you to believe Recognize and short-circuit your mental triggers for destructive thinking See how prayer and praise will transform your mind Develop practices that allow God’s thoughts to become your thoughts God has something better for your life than your old ways of thinking. It’s time to change your mind so God can change your life. Click below to view book on Amazon

You Are Not The Boss of Me – Jim Putman and Craig Miles

Emotions are a complex issue. And in the 21st century, the American culture runs rampant with them. People are looking to their emotions for every decision they make, from their relationships to their purchases, from where they live to who they love, emotions are king. But should they be? Before we allow emotions to rule our decisions or be our Boss, maybe we should take a deeper look at them. Where do our emotions spring from? Are they affected at all by our past life experiences or our upbringing? Are emotions impartial revealers of truth? Can we trust emotions to steer us in the direction that is best for us and our future? WHAT DOES it look like to allow the Holy Spirit to dictate the terms of our emotions and how they are used and what part they play? When you allow your emotions to control your life, it means that Jesus isn’t in control. If you allow your emotions to control your life it can damage your relationships –not just your relationship with God, it damages your human relationships. If we get this part of our life in the wrong order, we can leave behind an absolute mess In this book we will help you determine where your emotions come from and how they are influenced by your patterns of thinking. Feelings are great indicators but they make horrible bosses – it’s time to take back control of your life! Click below to download this free eBook –

Mental Health Ministry Update – with Jim Putman

Jim Putman, lead pastor at Real Life Ministries, sits down with Mike Wraith, Program Manager for Region 1 Behavioral Health, and Santha Yinger, Mental Health Ministry Leader for Real Life Ministries, to give an update on where the church and community are in the area of mental health. They discuss the success of the docuseries Irreplaceable, and how it is being used throughout the community and beyond. They address the need that not only still exists, but is even more prevalent, for some kind of a support system for the youth in our area who are struggling with mental health issues. Mike Wraith, Program Manager for Region 1 Behavioral Health, is able to weigh in on what is currently available to those in our community, and Santha Yinger, Mental Health Ministry Leader for Real Life is able to talk about current and future ways the church can fill in the gaps for those within the church and in our nearby community

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