Our world is saturated with lies. We hear them every day. So much so, that it can be incredibly difficult to tell the difference between what is true and what is not. We’ve heard them for so long, and from so many sources we think we should be able to trust, that we have begun to believe them. We’ve even gone so far as to build identities and lives around them.
Sadly, we too often go around not even realizing the damage these lies do to our view of God, our view of others…and even to ourselves.
I invite you to join us as we uncover some of the most pervasive and persuasive lies in our culture...and discover the truths that can give us real freedom.
Last week we launched a new sermon series titled, The Lies We Believe and the Truths That Free Us. Conflicting messages come at us from every direction, about almost every subject. This week we’re taking a look at some of the lies we believe about ourselves. We have an enemy who is desperate to do whatever it takes to defeat, discourage, and destroy us. He has embedded lies about our identity, purpose, and worth in absolutely everything. But God’s Word contains the truth about who we are, why we are, and where our value comes from.
I invite you to join us this Sunday as we dig into God’s Word and remind ourselves, or maybe discover for the first time, what God – the One who created you – has to say about you. It’s truth you can trust.
We are in week three of our series, Lies We Believe and the Truth That Sets Us Free. This week we’re focusing on lies we believe about others. Lies infect every aspect of our lives, and our relationships with family, friends, co-workers, and even strangers are not exempt from the damaging effects of our faulty thinking. But it doesn’t haven’t to be that way! We don’t have to live in bondage to the fallacies that have warped our perspectives and beliefs. There is truth we can count on and that has the power to transform our lives, set us free, and heal our relationships!
We are smack dab in the middle of a sermon series we’ve entitled Lies We Believe and the Truth That Sets Us Free. This week we’re taking a look at the lies we believe about life. We are immersed, 24/7 in a sea of messages about what’s important, who we are, what we should believe, think, and do. The messages come from sources we think we should be able to trust. They are purposefully packaged to stick in our brains. And we find ourselves believing things without ever questioning whether or not they’re actually true. Because they make sense on the surface and they sound so right! Join us as we look at six lies we believe about life and the rock solid truth that we can be sure of.
We are in week five of our series, Lies We Believe and the Truth That Sets Us Free. Over the past few weeks, we’ve talked about the lies we believe about ourselves, others, and life. This week, we’re taking a look at the lies we believe about God. For some of us, our ideas about God were shaped by our families, and our early experiences at church. But increasingly, there are many people whose ideas about God come from social media memes, movies, school, or other worldly influences. Regardless of where your first understanding of God came from, it’s likely that you have been influenced by lies about Him. Having an accurate understanding of God is essential to every aspect of our lives. I hope you’ll join us!
Our culture feeds us a lot of ideas that are, at the very least, confusing if not completely upside down, inside out, or just plain wrong. As we’ve seen over the past several weeks, we live in a world that is saturated with so much untruth, we don’t even stop to question whether what we believe IS true. We’ve looked at lies that impact our beliefs about ourselves, others, life, and God. This week, we’re going to look at some lies that the enemy of our souls often uses to damage the hearts and minds of men in particular. God has uniquely designed us, men and women, on purpose, for a purpose. Let’s not allow the enemy of our souls to infiltrate our thinking and warp God’s incredible design for us.
Over the past couple months, we’ve been taking a look at the lies that have saturated our culture, and consequently, our own perspectives about ourselves, others, life, and God. Last week, we looked at some lies that particularly impact men; though there are versions of those lies that impact women as well. And this week, as we bring this series to a close, we’ll look at lies that women are more susceptible to believing. That being said, these lies affect men as well, in some way or another.