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Anxious For Nothing


Let’s face it, we worry. Sometimes we worry about legitimate concerns. Other times we worry for no good reason. In a letter to his friends in Philippi, the Apostle Paul offers some beautiful counsel in eliminating anxiousness or worry. What are ways I can reduce my anxiousness? You can find three amazing ways in Philippians 4:4-7.


September 17th | Anxious For Nothing

Pastor Steve Schellin


It’s easy to say, harder to do, “don’t worry.” The more I tell myself not to worry, I worry more. How do I defeat the anxiousness that sometimes overwhelms me? How can I reach the goal of perfect peace? This introduction to the series will lay the foundation for practices that lead to peace. To prepare, read Philippians 4:4-7.


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September 24th | Praise My Way To Peace

Psalm 34:1-4

Pastor Steve Schellin


Paul leads into his counsel toward peace with the word, “Rejoice!” When we’re facing a challenge that might cause us to worry, focusing on the character and nature of God is a great place to find peace. When you’re looking at a diagnosis, a financial challenge or a broken relationship, you can praise your way to peace. To prepare, read Psalm 34:1-4.


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October 1 | Pray My Way To Peace

Psalm 4

Pastor Steve Schellin


The next practice Paul gives toward peace is prayer. What is prayer and how do I pray...especially when I’m in a place of anxiety? I want to learn how to pray in a way that helps me be confident God is aware of my situation and will help. I want to pray my way to peace. To prepare, read Psalm 4.



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October 8 | Thank My Way To Peace

Psalm 107

Pastor Steve Schellin


Paul gives us the antithesis of anxiousness when he counsels us to praise and pray with thanksgiving in our heart. When we focus upon all the ways God has blessed us, our confidence increases. Gratitude is often being reminded of our history with God’s help. That’s why I can thank my way to peace. To prepare, read Psalm 107.



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