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Part 1 - Expanding Your Vocabulary (Clay Scroggins)
Our natural tendency is to want more. More food. More stuff. More status. More sex. Unfortunately, our appetites for more are never fully satisfied. There's no denying that the urge to feed your appetite can become overwhelming, thereby adversely affecting your relationships. So where do you find the strength to say no? Titus 2:11-12

Part 2 - Just a Bowl of Stew (Justin Grunewald)
Whether they are dieting decisions, financial decisions, or relational decisions, satisfying some appetites means sacrificing short-term pleasures in order to secure long-term gains. Unfortunately, appetites can be so powerful that they can cause you to lose perspective. Framing these immediate decisions in the context of long-term goals can keep you from sacrificing your future for "just a bowl of stew." Justin Grunewald shares in this second part of MoreGenesis 25:29-33; Hebrews 12:1-3

Part 3 - Something's Got to Change (Joel Thomas)
Sometimes it seems that there's no hope in the fight with your appetite. You try . . . but you're unable to say no. The appetite is too strong. You are too weak. And it becomes an unhealthy pattern of destruction, made worse because it's kept in the dark. Something's got to change. Ephesians 5:8-11

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Part 1 - Expanding Your Vocabulary (Clay Scroggins)
Our natural tendency is to want more. More food. More stuff. More status. More sex. Unfortunately, our appetites for more are never fully satisfied. There's no denying that the urge to feed your appetite can become overwhelming, thereby adversely affecting your relationships. So where do you find the strength to say no? Titus 2:11-12

Part 2 - Just a Bowl of Stew (Justin Grunewald)
Whether they are dieting decisions, financial decisions, or relational decisions, satisfying some appetites means sacrificing short-term pleasures in order to secure long-term gains. Unfortunately, appetites can be so powerful that they can cause you to lose perspective. Framing these immediate decisions in the context of long-term goals can keep you from sacrificing your future for "just a bowl of stew." Justin Grunewald shares in this second part of MoreGenesis 25:29-33; Hebrews 12:1-3

Part 3 - Something's Got to Change (Joel Thomas)
Sometimes it seems that there's no hope in the fight with your appetite. You try . . . but you're unable to say no. The appetite is too strong. You are too weak. And it becomes an unhealthy pattern of destruction, made worse because it's kept in the dark. Something's got to change. Ephesians 5:8-11

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