About the Series

What’s the big deal with sin? Isn’t the whole idea just an antiquated idea to steer us away from enjoying our freedom to be and do anything we want? Can a list of sins created 1500 years ago hold key to the best life possible? Join us as we take a look into the seven deadly sins!

The earliest mention of the 7 Deadly Sins in History come from a monk named Evagrius of Pontus who in 553 A.D. It was in the desert that Evagrius identified and listed eight demons (nagging sins) that couldn’t be avoided but had to be dealt with.

Evagrius’s list of 8 demons, over time and thought, became known as the 7 Deadly Sins: pride, gluttony, envy, greed, anger, sloth and lust. Join us as we dive in to understanding how to identify what’s really going on with these famous sins and learn how to combat them in our lives.

Of all the Deadly Sins, lust probably results in the most tangible damage to ourselves, others, children, and culture in general. The more you mess with it, the more you’re…
The Deadly Sin of Sloth tends to show up in two forms…physical and spiritual. How do we defeat both? View the video we showed before the message.
Maybe "anger" is not the best word to describe this week's Deadly Sin, simply because it's a little too general. After all, we have plenty instances in Scripture of God's…
When you have nothing, it’s a little easier to tell when you’re getting greedy. But when you have very little real needs… where’s the line? Of all the Deadly Sins,…
Gluttony has a unique quality among the Seven Deadly Sins in that it's still considered a sin in our culture! But gluttony might not be exactly what you think it…
The Deadly Sin of Envy has been known as the “small town” sin. It does its best work among friends, family and neighbors. So what God-given hunger is envy feeding,…

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