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Wednesday Night Classes

“BATTLEFIELD OF THE MIND” (ends May 8th) – meets in the sanctuary from 7 – 8:15pm

Worry, doubt, confusion, depression, anger, and thoughts of condemnation….all these are attacks on the mind.  If you suffer from negative thoughts, take heart!  If you can change your thoughts, you can change your life.  Come learn how to think the way God wants us to think.

  • Find peace and gain control over your mind
  • Recognize damaging thoughts and stop them from influencing your life
  • Arm yourself with the Word of God, praise, prayer and other powerful spiritual weapons
  • Be patient with yourself even when you make mistakes.
  • See the truth by thinking correctly.
  • Overcome your mental “wilderness” — the bad attitudes and excuses that people use that keep them from God.

Don’t surrender to misery another day.  Find out how to achieve victory in your battlefield of the mind.

“[But] letting the Spirit control your mind leads to life     and peace.”                                           – Romans 8:6b

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HOPE  for Single Moms, Meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday in the cafe                                               Leader: Cristin Germaine

HOPE (Helping Out and Providing Encouragement) for Single Moms meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday in the Evangel Cafe.  Come join with other single moms and be encouraged!Child care is available as nursery, children’s classes and Momentum youth group meet concurrently.

Currently, the HOPE group is going through the book “Finding Healing” by Adessa Holden.

Click here to check out the Helping Out and Providing Encouragement Facebook Page!

HELP support group – Meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday in the cafe                                                          Leader: Amy Roush

H.E.L.P. (Healing Engaging Life & Peace) is a safe place to come and talk about navigating life as we deal with the issues of mental and emotional health that for so long have carried a stigma in the community.  H.E.L.P. meetings are a place where you don’t have to have everything fixed before you walk through the door and it’s okay to not be okay.

It doesn’t matter if you carry a mental health diagnosis, or if it’s affecting a friend or your family, H.E.L.P. is a safe space to connect with others who understand the struggle.  It’s okay if you’re not ready to share yet; sometimes we just need to be around people who get it.

H.E.L.P. is not a substitute for counseling, talk therapy, or medical services.   God created us to survive this life and did not intend for us to do it alone. H.E.L.P. is a place where you are not alone and there is always someone to talk to.