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Dying to self means being transformed by grace - The 4th Sunday of Lent

March 10, 2024 • Ryan Rovito • Ephesians 2:1–10

Is your "Dying to self" leading to compromise, fatigue, and burnout? This can't be what Jesus meant, can it? It doesn’t feel like the new life he promises on the other side. Let’s explore the deeper meaning of death to self this Lent.



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Dying to self is essential to new life - The 5th Sunday of Lent

March 17, 2024 • Kristina LaBelle-Peterson • John 12:20–33

Is your "Dying to self" leading to compromise, fatigue, and burnout? This can't be what Jesus meant, can it? It doesn’t feel like the new life he promises on the other side. Let’s explore the deeper meaning of death to self this Lent.

Dying to self means trusting God when it doesn’t make sense - The 3rd Sunday of Lent

March 3, 2024 • Ryan Rovito • 1 Corinthians 1:18–25

Is your "Dying to self" leading to compromise, fatigue, and burnout? This can't be what Jesus meant, can it? It doesn’t feel like the new life he promises on the other side. Let’s explore the deeper meaning of death to self this Lent.

Dying to self means entrusting everything to Jesus - The 2nd Sunday of Lent

February 25, 2024 • Ryan Rovito • Mark 8:31–38

Is your "Dying to self" leading to compromise, fatigue, and burnout? This can't be what Jesus meant, can it? It doesn’t feel like the new life he promises on the other side. Let’s explore the deeper meaning of death to self this Lent.