Tag Archives: pain

Practical Steps To Physical Healing / The Sunday Morning Service: September 16, 2018


“All these people were still living by faith when they died. They did not receive the things promised; they only saw them and welcomed them from a distance,admitting that they were foreigners and strangers on earth. People who say such things show that they are looking for a country of their own.” ~Hebrews 11:13-14

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Sin, Sickness, And Evil Spirits: How To Avoid The Blame Game / The Sunday Morning Service: September 09, 2018


Can sickness be a result of sin? Is disease or dysfunction in your body sometimes brought on by evil spirits? If this is the case, does it mean that illness is an indication of personal fault? And if it is, does that mean that Jesus can’t heal you?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to discover the relationship between sickness and sin, and to learn how to avoid the blame game when seeking healing from Jesus.

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Faith For Healing: How Much Is Enough? / The Sunday Morning Service: September 02, 2018


How does your faith factor into your healing? Is it because you don’t have “enough” faith that you haven’t received the healing you’ve been praying for? Does God reject out-of-hand the request of a person “of little faith”? Or is a little faith enough for the Messiah to work with?

Join Monica Dennington to find out what it means to have faith for your healing.

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Faith In God’s Reward / The Sunday Morning Service: May 27, 2018


What does the “promised land” look like for a Christian, and what foe must we defeat in order to enter into it? Just how valuable is the reward promised to us in God’s Word? And what is the price that must be paid in order for us to lay hold of it?

Join Monica Dennington as she takes you straight to God’s Word to find out how to take hold of that for which Christ has taken hold of you, by placing your faith in God’s reward.

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Faith In God’s Purpose / The Sunday Morning Service: May 20, 2018


What is God’s purpose in allowing you to suffer? What is the significance of your testimony, and why is it most powerful when you’re in pain? Why is cultivating your faith the key to accomplishing God’s ultimate plan? And what will it look like in your practical life when God’s will is being accomplished?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to discover how you can fulfill God’s brilliant purpose for your life.

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Practical Steps To Physical Healing


What do we do with God’s promises for healing when we don’t see an immediate miracle? Does your church tradition handle this question by dismissing miracles and healing, calling them heresy? Or is your church on the opposite end of the spectrum — claiming it’s God’s will to heal every person immediately, and anyone who isn’t healed is either “not receiving”, doesn’t have “enough faith”, or hasn’t been aggressive enough to seek out the right special minister who has the favor and “anointing” to get God to act on your behalf?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out that tough questions about healing are not too tough for God, the practical steps you can take towards physical healing, why you can trust that God’s healing for you is guaranteed— whether in this life or the next— and why there is no condemnation for you while you wait.

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Sin, Sickness, And Evil Spirits: How To Avoid The Blame Game


Can sickness be a result of sin? Is disease or dysfunction in your body sometimes brought on by evil spirits? If this is the case, does it mean that illness is an indication of personal fault? And if it is, does that mean that Jesus can’t heal you?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to discover the relationship between sickness and sin, and to learn how to avoid the blame game when seeking healing from Jesus.

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Is Your Cross Too Pretty?


What does it mean to ” take up your cross and follow me” ? This week Monica teaches on what the Bible and Jesus tell us about the journey of the cross. What are the consequences of this journey? What does it feel like? How do we know if we have “taken up our cross” and are following Him ?

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