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Secrets Series Arc

 —  September 16, 2011 — 2 Comments

This weekend we start our Secrets fall kickoff weekend teaching series. Thought it might benefit you to see where we’re going over the 2 weeks:

Week 1 – Why Do We Keep Secrets
Everyone has secrets! We are all broken and messed up. We all have seasons of life that includes ups and downs where we feel close and far to God and others. But our secrets make us sick. Too often we hear what the Enemy is saying – “you are trapped, you can’t overcome this, don’t tell anyone’ instead of what Jesus is saying – “you are forgiven, you are loved, let me carry this for you, you can do this.” Student testimony.

Week 2 – Dealing with Our Secrets
Get help! This week we’ll focus on being living in absolute transparency before God. How to be real, how to pray, how to make things right first with God then second with people. This message is about redemption, freedom, forgiveness and the cross. Includes a significant push for Life Groups.

JG

Josh Griffin

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2 responses to Secrets Series Arc

  1. This is amazing! I did a shorter study on this with my students last year and used the PostSecrets blog and book (Note: I picked the appropriate ones, some can be graphic) on faith and religion. Each student created a PostSecret of their own and whether or not they mailed it, it was still a profound experience for all.

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