We hear a lot of stuff, from a lot of different sources. When a relationship fails, a business venture falls through, or we hear something about ourselves that was hard to take — how do we know if it is God’s voice or the enemy’s that we’re listening to? In the final part of our series Crash the Chatterbox, Pastor Steven led a question and answer session, and reminded us that no matter what we face, if we turn our hearts to God for guidance, He will be there with us.
Few things will derail us faster from the plan God has for our lives than discouragement. The enemy wants us to believe the discouraging words he puts in our heads and our hearts. But the truth is, God has given us everything we need to silence those thoughts that hold us back every day. In part 5 of our series Crash the Chatterbox, Pastor Steven’s wife Holly Furtick examines the Biblical story of Leah, and teaches us six ways to use what God has already shown us to quickly counter the discouraging chatter we face everyday.
Our Enemy is full of convincing accusations about who we are and what we’re made of. Why we’re not good enough today, and why we won’t be good enough tomorrow, either. He hangs our shame in front of our face, trying to drown out the identity Jesus has given us as believers. How do we know what voice to listen to? In part four of our series Crash the Chatterbox, Pastor Steven shows us how to look beyond the shame of our sin that blocks us from the freedom of God’s promises.
Our fears are fueled by worry. Playing out the ‘what if?’ scenarios of things outside our control and producing nothing more than anxiety and insomnia. But what is really at the bottom of our worst fears? In part 3 of our series Crash the Chatterbox, Pastor Steven teaches us through the story of Paul’s shipwreck in Acts to show us how to shift our fear to faith, and how, through Christ, we can face any situation with the promise, “God says He will.
A great new series from Elevation Church and Steven Furtick.
Final part of the most recent series from Elevation Chruch’s Steve Furtick.