How to Overcome Sin 5: Replacing Negative Thoughts and Habits

Max Cornell

Simply trying to stop wrong ways of thinking and behaving typically doesn’t work. Neither does feeling horrible about ourselves. Instead, we must proactively create new ways of thinking and behaving that line up with who we are in Christ. Just Listen to The Audio

How to Overcome Sin 4: Confess Your Faults

Daniel Segalo

When we confess our faults one to another and pray for one another we can be healed (James 5:16). Humbling ourselves in the context of healthy relationships gives us access to the grace that is on other people’s lives, and breaks the shame cycle that keeps us trapped in failure. Listen to Just the Audio:

How to Overcome Sin 3: You Are Powerful

Jayne Hills

We must break agreement with powerlessness and begin to see ourselves as the primary author of our destiny. In this message we confront wrong ways of thinking and challenge ourselves to think like the New Creations we are.

How to Overcome Sin 1

Jayne Hills

Christians are empowered to walk into the newness of the life,
being dead and crucified with Christ & born anew to a life free from sin and death.