Resources by Topic: Brokenness & Pride

Confidently Humble

I used to think humility looked something like this: deflecting compliments and staying away from high-profile positions. But then Moses changed my mind. …

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It's Not About Me

I have a secret that can keep rivers of tears from being shed. It can stop angry outbursts in their tracks. It can insulate you from so much in the year ahead. …

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King of the Castle

“King of the Castle” is a silly, childish game, but unfortunately, it’s a game that’s played in the lives of most adults–albeit on a more sophisticated level. …

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The Myth of My Strength

I was the woman who always pushed through. But then I had an Isaiah 40:30 fall. My doctor said I was strong to have made it as long as I did. I wasn't so sure. …

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The Rest of the Story

Mario looks like the happiest man in the world, and his ear-to-ear smile only gets brighter when he looks at his wife. Intrigued, I had to ask his story. …

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When You Should Stop Being Careful

Have you ever wished your kids would be more careful? One day God showed me that there are times when I need to stop trying to be careful and be more like my carefree children. …

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5 Marks of a Pharisee

How can we avoid falling into the Pharisee's destructive pattern of self-righteousness? Here are 5 marks of a modern-day Pharisee. …

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Crying Out from a Heart of Brokenness

What kind of heart does God revive? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth answers this question as she teaches a fresh version of a classic message on brokenness. Discover how acknowledgement of need is something that makes us eligible to receive the grace of God.

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Discover how acknowledgement of need is something that makes us eligible to receive the grace of God.  Continue Reading 

Message 11: Restored Through Brokenness

We work hard to put on a facade of strength, confidence, and independence. But Pastor Eric Mason suggests that true strength comes from living in a constant state of God-neediness.

Eric Mason Eric Mason We work hard to put on a facade of strength, confidence, and independence. But Pastor Eric Mason suggests that true strength comes from living in God-neediness.  Continue Reading