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Kill Switch

Social media and technology are changing the way we communicate, the way we interact and engage with the world. It’s changing the way we process ideas and formulate opinions, and it’s changing the way we connect with one another. But is all of this change productive? Can some of this change be damaging? In this series, we’ll discover six biblical virtues that are being left in the wake of this social media revolution, and what God’s Word promises to those who reclaim them.

Week 6: Killing Distractions

Did you know that rest is not only commanded by God, but that it is one of His greatest gifts to us? In this message, Pastor Todd Marrah describes the killers of rest and what we can do to reclaim this often elusive gift and live lives full of strength and power.

Week 5: Killing Peace

In this message, Pastor Chad describes one of the most prolific peace killers in our lives and how we can reclaim peace at the soul level as we trust God and engage His family.

Week 4: Be Real

In this message, Pastor Rick Bezet, founding and lead pastor of New Life Church in Little Rock, Arkansas, shares his powerful life message on reclaiming the power of authenticity in relationship with God and with each other.

Week 3: Killing Compassion

In this message, discover how social media and technology are killing compassion, and what Jesus did to model compassion for His church.

Week 2: Killing Friends

There is a difference between connectivity and intimacy. In this message, we’ll discover how friendship is evolving and relationships are changing, and what we can do to reclaim the power of presence, in both our relationship with God, and with each other.

Week 1: Killing Comparisons

Not everything in life is as it seems, especially when most of what we see today is purposefully filtered. And in an age where we have more at our disposal than ever before, why is it that so many of us feel discontent and empty? In this message, we’ll discover the truth of God’s Word and the secret to contentment.