Your life is always moving in the direction of your strongest thoughts. In “Training Our Minds,” Week 2 of the Life.Church sermon series Mastermind, Pastor Craig Groeschel will explain how meditating on the truth of God and His Word can train your brain to create new neural pathways and focus your thoughts to live a positive life. You’ll also hear about the power of personal declarations and get some ideas for crafting your own. If you don’t control what you think, you’ll never control what you do! #lcmastermind
Wherever you are in life, you have a purpose. Life.Church wants to help you find your next step. Our hope is that your journey will include joining us at a Life.Church location throughout the United States or globally online at https://www.live.life.church. Find locations, videos, and more info about us at https://www.life.church or download the Life.Church app at https://www.life.church/app.
Change your thinking, change your life.
It’s all in your head. But what if that’s a good thing? Our thoughts are more than a reaction to what’s happening in our lives—they’re a powerful force for shaping who we are and who we can become. Learn how you can use your thoughts to unleash the Mastermind inside you.
The struggles are real, but may have less power over us than we think. Too often we believe we are prisoners to our thoughts: those voices telling us to worry, that we aren’t good enough, or that we can’t ever change our behavior. Lies believed as truth affect us as if they are true, so this series shines a light on the strongholds that hold us down and give us the tools we need to shatter them.
At Life.Church, we also love partnering with local pastors and church leaders around the world who share our passion for leading people to become fully devoted followers of Christ. That’s why we created the Life.Church Open Network, a free network for church leaders to access resources, trainings, apps, and an online community just for them. Visit https://open.life.church to join and be part of something bigger than yourself.