Demonic Oppression (Growthpoint week 2 notes)

Before we get into the activity of demons in the lives of individuals, I think it would be helpful to take a look at the activities of demons in bible times. We can gain a great deal of insight from these biblical accounts. Part 4: Demons In The Old Testament In this next part we…

Understanding Demonic Oppression (week 1 class) video

Have you ever wondered what demons are, where they come from, or what the bible tells us about them? What kind of work are they doing today? Am I affected? And if so, how? I attempt to answer those questions and more in this class. I have already posted my first week’s notes, from this…

Demonic Oppression (Growthpoint week 1 notes)

  Part 1: Introduction Before we talk about what demonic oppression is, let’s talk about what it is not. The first thing that comes to many of our minds when we hear the words demonic oppression is someone who is demon-possessed. This is not demonic oppression. Demonic oppression is not a child in a movie…

Truth or Lie?

  For every truth, there is at least one lie, usually many more. Many people believe in relative truth. I believe in absolute truth. Having said that, I understand there can be more than one interpretation of a statement of truth. The absolute truth is found in the Word of God, aka the Christian bible….

Broken Hearts, Broken Lives and Broken People (Growthpoint Week 8 Notes)

(photo of Ronald Davis from video 2 below)   Watch Video 1: Sabrina Benaim – “Explaining My Depression to My Mother” -In this poem Sabrina explains her depression to a well-meaning mother who has difficulty grasping the concept of the thing that has a grip on her daughter. It is a powerful eye-opener for those…

Broken Hearts, Broken Lives and Broken People (GrowthPoint Week 5 Notes)

Video “Inspector Clouseau and the dog” I love this video clip. I thought it would be a good introduction to the topic of “asking the wrong question.” Inspector Clouseau thought he was asking the right question, but quickly found out that he wasn’t! -Sometimes we find ourselves asking questions, but oftentimes they are the wrong…