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An Anonymous Horde: Silencing Legion In The Church / The Sunday Morning Service: August 19, 2018


What is the name of the demonic spirit behind anonymous behavior on the internet? What is the spiritual source of internet “haters”? Is the Body of Christ helpless against this anonymous horde? Or has Jesus given us authority to defeat it?

Join Monica Dennington in spiritual warfare, as she goes straight to the Bible to find out what authority we have over this demonic entity, and as the Church comes together to put this evil force to flight by the authority of Jesus Christ.

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Expelling The Darkness: Creating A Safe Place On The Internet / The Sunday Morning Service: August 12, 2018


How should Christians’ behavior on the internet differ from the world’s? How does hiding behind a false name make provision for sin? Will God hold you accountable for the things that are said and done in your own house? What about the opinions, words, and discussions that happen in forums you’re responsible for, e.g. your own website, fb page, youtube channel, or blog?

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Criticism Is Not Constructive: Managing Your Tongue On The Internet / The Sunday Morning Service: July 29, 2018


In the cybersphere, everyone is encouraged to “comment” on just about everything. But what does God’s Word say about the way you use your tongue for the kingdom? Has God given you a position of authority to correct others on the internet? Are your criticisms, opinions, and words the building blocks God has chosen to build a healthy Body? Has God called you to repair the broken Bride? Or is it possible that you’ve been speaking out of turn?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to God’s Word to find out how God wants you to manage your tongue on the internet.

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A Dangerous Flood: Idle Words On The Internet / The Sunday Morning Service: July 22, 2018


Is your opinion important? As a Christian, do you have the right to express your own thoughts? How serious are the ramifications if we fail to recognize the significance of our idle words? And which words must we choose if we desire to glorify God instead of ourselves?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to discover why silence is a virtue…even on the internet.

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Garbage In, Garbage Out: TV, Movies, and Music


Does God want you to watch television? As a Christian, should you only listen to music artists/ bands who are on Christian music labels? Does God want me to throw away all of my secular music/ movies/ media? How can I answer God’s call to be holy as He is holy, while living in this corrupt generation?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out how God wants you to set your standards for TV, music, and movies.

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The Sunday Morning Special! “Anonymous Christianity: Using Your Real Name On The Internet”


Is it acceptable for Christians to use anonymous profiles when interacting on the internet?

Does God approve when we do not associate our real names with what we confess about Jesus online? What examples can we see of this kind of behavior in the Bible? According to Jesus, are the potential dangers of the internet an acceptable excuse for this kind of hiding? And what are the consequences for us if we disregard Jesus’ instructions in this matter?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out why God wants you to use your real name on the internet.

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The Sunday Morning Special! “An Anonymous Horde: Silencing Legion In The Church”


What is the name of the demonic spirit behind anonymous behavior on the internet? What is the spiritual source of internet “haters”? Is the Body of Christ helpless against this anonymous horde? Or has Jesus given us authority to defeat it?

Join Monica Dennington in spiritual warfare, as she goes straight to the Bible to find out what authority we have over this demonic entity, and as the Church comes together to put this evil force to flight by the authority of Jesus Christ.

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