What’s the Final Step to Keeping Your Past in the Past?

So we’ve been helping you start over.  Whether it’s finances, relationships, career – it’s possible to start over without repeating the past.

You start over well when you own your past.  You start over well when you rethink your past… but there’s one more step.  What do you do with the part of your past that you had no control over?

If you didn’t catch the first steps, click here to catch up with the Starting Over series.

There is something you can do to that keeps your past in your past, that makes sure it doesn’t happen ever again.

But the way you do that will probably surprise you.

In fact, the Bible will probably surprise you.  It’s more practical than you think.

Will you come on Sunday and bring a friend?

Barrie Location

Starting Over — Part 4— Release It | Andy Stanley

We all have mistakes in our pasts—financial, professional, academic, relational. Unfortunately, we tend to learn from our mistakes in the areas that matter least and repeat our mistakes in the areas that matter most. Sometimes that’s because we avoid owning our part of a mistake. It’s easier to blame others.

But once you’ve taken ownership of your part of a mistake, what do you do with the part owned by others? How do you get past the stuff other people have done to turn your life upside down?

9.00 and 10.30 am | 20 Mills Road, Barrie

Orillia Location

Starting Over — Part 3 — Own It | Andy Stanley

We learn from our mistakes in the areas that matter least.  We repeat our mistakes in the areas that matter most. Too often, we look at our pasts and our decisions don’t even make sense to us. We end up asking, “What was I thinking?”

How do we avoid getting stuck in cycles of repeated mistakes that take our lives down the wrong path?

9.00 and 10.30 am | Galaxy Cineplex, Orillia

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