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Anxious For Nothing

This five-week teaching series is aimed at demonstrating the efficacy of God’s Word in addressing our most pressing and relevant concerns today. Intended to bolster the faith of believers while also appealing to the unchurched in our community. 

There is a prevailing sense of anxiety in the world around us, and for many people anxiety is a daily and personal struggle. Thankfully, the Bible isn’t silent about this. This five-week series will help us face the anxieties of life with the truth of the Word of God and the spiritual and practical applications it provides us today.


April 24 - Week 1: “The Power of Choice”

Text: Philippians 4:4-7  

Topic: Anxiety, Joy, Prayer, Hope

Big Idea of the Message: God’s remedy for anxiety begins with joy and prayer. 

Application Point: Intentional joy and intentional prayer are God-given, practical tools for dealing with anxiety. 

May 1 - Week 2: “God Cares For You”

Text: 1 Peter 5:7

Topic: Anxiety, Truth, Compassion

Big Idea of the Message: God cares for anxious souls. 

Application Point: In times of anxiety, we can trust in the eternal promises of the God who cares. 

May 8 - Week 3: “The Power of Gratitude”

Text: 1 Thessalonians 5:18

Topic: Anxiety, Gratitude, Contentment

Big Idea of the Message: Gratitude as the antidote to discontentment and anxiety. 

Application Point: Habitual thanksgiving produces greater levels of joy and eases the burden of anxiety. 

May 15 - Week 4: “The Burden of Shame”

Text: Matthew 11:28–30

Topic: Anxiety, Shame, Rest

Big Idea of the Message: We can’t carry the weight of the world on our shoulders.

Application Point: Jesus replaces the baggage of guilt and shame with peaceful rest. 

May 22 - Week 5: “Hope for a Worried Mind”

Text: 2 Corinthians 10:4-5

Topic: Anxiety, Thoughts, Worry

Big Idea of the Message: With God’s help, we can think our way to greater peace. 

Application Point: We can take control of our thoughts – even our anxious thoughts – and make them obedient to Christ.