Let’s Grow
Newbreak Church Blog
by Newbreak Teaching Team
2d ago
In the book of Colossians, Paul desires that Christ-followers lead a life of worth, pleasing the Lord in everything. What does that look like? Good news: Paul tells us. Paul wrote in ancient Greek, and in Greek, he gives four participial phrases in vs. 10-14 that flesh out how God helps us live a life that is pleasing to him! Think about these as four “results'' for the life that is committed to living with God and for God. We put these four participles in an acronym to make them memorable... so here you go! If we walk worthy of the Lord, we will G.R.O.W. Grow in intimacy with God. Co ..read more
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The Worthy Life
Newbreak Church Blog
by Newbreak Teaching Team
4d ago
Sermon Notes The Worthy Life Walking with Jesus begins a new journey for us all. No matter where we stand with Jesus, we can hear Paul’s prayer for the Colossians as something we need, too! Lean in with Newbreak Church as we talk about four results of what the life of worth looks like, through the book of Colossians. Tierrasanta Blank Notes Completed Notes Scripps Ranch Blank Notes Completed Notes Ocean Beach Blank Notes Completed Notes Study Guide About Our Current Series Our view of Jesus shapes every area of our lives. When Paul wrote to the Colossians, he was wri ..read more
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The Worthy Life
Newbreak Church Blog
by Newbreak Teaching Team
4d ago
Study Guide The Worthy Life Walking with Jesus begins a new journey for us all. No matter where we stand with Jesus, we can hear Paul’s prayer for the Colossians as something we need, too! Lean in with Newbreak Church as we talk about four results of what the life of worth looks like, through the book of Colossians. Watch Message Download Guide Newbreak’s Sermon Study Guide is an in-house resource that serves sermon-based Life Groups and/or individuals who want to reflect further on how the message contributes to their spiritual formation. About the Sermon Series Our view of Jes ..read more
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Praying God-Sized Prayers
Newbreak Church Blog
by Newbreak Teaching Team
1w ago
According to Ephesians 3:20... ... God is able to do immeasurably more than we ask or imagine because His power is at work within us. I can imagine some big things and God wants to do even more than that through prayer! Elijah was able to ask radical things of God, and God answered because Elijah was asking in order to show God’s glory to others. James refers to this example because if you were to read Elijah’s story, he prayed a God-sized prayer (stop the rain), and it produced a God-sized outcome (NO RAIN FOR THREE YEARS). Then he prayed another God-sized prayer (RAIN), and it produced a ..read more
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The Praying Church
Newbreak Church Blog
by Newbreak Teaching Team
1w ago
Sermon Notes The Praying Church People pray: maybe for our favorite sports team to have a comeback win or for cancer to be eradicated or everything in-between. The question is: Does prayer actually do something? Does prayer help carry us through the seasons of trial and triumph or is it just a formality? Join Newbreak Church as we hear the letter of James challenge us to pray boldly for God to act in miraculous ways, in The Praying Church. Tierrasanta Blank Notes Completed Notes Scripps Ranch Blank Notes Completed Notes Ocean Beach Blank Notes Completed Notes Study Guide ..read more
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The Praying Church
Newbreak Church Blog
by Newbreak Teaching Team
1w ago
Study Guide The Praying Church People pray: maybe for our favorite sports team to have a comeback win or for cancer to be eradicated or everything in-between. The question is: Does prayer actually do something? Does prayer help carry us through the seasons of trial and triumph or is it just a formality? Join Newbreak Church as we hear the letter of James challenge us to pray boldly for God to act in miraculous ways, in The Praying Church. Watch Message Download Guide Newbreak’s Sermon Study Guide is an in-house resource that serves sermon-based Life Groups and/or individuals who want ..read more
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Navigating Conflict
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by Newbreak Teaching Team
2w ago
Sermon Notes Navigating Conflict Navigating conflict allows us to peacefully navigate conflicts as they arise, and lead by example for others to see Jesus in Newbreak Church. Tierrasanta Blank Notes Completed Notes Scripps Ranch Blank Notes Completed Notes Ocean Beach Blank Notes Completed Notes Study Guide About Our Current Series The world’s landscape rapidly changed after the resurrection of Jesus. As God’s work of redeeming people continued, communities were formed. But the truth is we are still messy even while we are redeemed. James writes with a bluntness and ..read more
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Navigating Conflict
Newbreak Church Blog
by Newbreak Teaching Team
2w ago
Study Guide Navigating Conflict Navigating conflict allows us to peacefully navigate conflicts as they arise, and lead by example for others to see Jesus in Newbreak Church. Watch Message Download Guide Newbreak’s Sermon Study Guide is an in-house resource that serves sermon-based Life Groups and/or individuals who want to reflect further on how the message contributes to their spiritual formation. About the Sermon Series The world’s landscape rapidly changed after the resurrection of Jesus. As God’s work of redeeming people continued, communities were formed. But the truth is w ..read more
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The Ephesians Test
Newbreak Church Blog
by Newbreak Teaching Team
2w ago
Jesus says in Matthew 12:33-34, CSB... “Either make the tree good and its fruit will be good or make the tree bad, and its fruit will be bad; for a tree is known by its fruit. Brood of vipers! How can you speak good things when you are evil? For the mouth speaks from the overflow of the heart.” What is in our hearts will naturally flow out of our lips. If you don’t like what is coming out of your mouth, it would be a good time to check what’s going on in your heart. Knowing the source of your words before you speak them can save you and those around you from much heartache. If we are led b ..read more
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Your Words Have Power
Newbreak Church Blog
by Newbreak Teaching Team
3w ago
Sermon Notes Your Words Have Power “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” This old adage is said often but completely untrue. Many of us can probably think of plenty of times when the power of words have torn us down or inspired us forward in a positive direction. Lean in with Newbreak Church as we see what James has to say about the power of the words we speak! Tierrasanta Blank Notes Completed Notes Scripps Ranch Blank Notes Completed Notes Ocean Beach Blank Notes Completed Notes Study Guide About Our Current Series The world’s landsca ..read more
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