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Don't Eat Yellow Paint

God's Promise To The Generous

Don't Eat Yellow Paint • July 21, 2019 • Marty Martin

Learn how to open your heart to happiness with a specific promise from God.

How To Keep From Stressing Out

Don't Eat Yellow Paint • July 14, 2019 • Marty Martin

Nothing can rob your joy quicker than stress. Learn how to reduce stress so you can maintain happiness.

Five Daily Habits For Happiness

Don't Eat Yellow Paint • July 7, 2019 • Marty Martin

Do you know the traps that have been set to sabotage your happiness? Today's message teaches us what they are and how to bypass them.

Happiness Can Be Learned

Don't Eat Yellow Paint • June 30, 2019 • Marty Martin

Message description: For anyone who wants to be consistently happy, there are some key choices that you need to make. Today's message addresses those choices.

How to Keep Your Heart Happy

Don't Eat Yellow Paint • June 23, 2019 • Marty Martin

Message description: There are happiness thieves everywhere! Today's message teaches us how to combat them and maintain our happiness.

The Humble Path to Happiness

Don't Eat Yellow Paint • June 16, 2019 • Marty Martin

Description: Being in conflict with others can be a major contributor to unhappiness. Today's message is about how to find happiness in spite of conflict.

4 BARRIERS TO HAPPINESS

June 9, 2019 • Marty Martin

Would you like to know how to overcome common things that keep you from being happy? Join us for today's message!

Don't Eat Yellow Paint

Don't Eat Yellow Paint • June 2, 2019 • Marty Martin

This series is derived from a story about Vincent Van Gogh. As an artist, Van Gogh was aware that yellow paint is considered a "happy" color. On a search for his own happiness, he thought that if he ate yellow paint, it would fill him with inner happiness. We are living in a time where people are searching desperately for happiness and they are willing to try almost anything to get it. True happiness only comes from one source. This series is designed to take people on a journey to discover what their "yellow paint" is and to lay it aside to find the only true joy-in Jesus Christ.