Living Free - Orlando

Living Free is a small group strategy that has helped over 1 million people learn to face life's struggles, overcome them and transform their lives to experience freedom and wholeness in Christ.

The international ministry supports outreach and small groups in churches, prisons, rehabilitation ministries and missions around the world. Faith Assembly of God in Orlando, Florida offers almost 20 different Living Free group topics in a small group format to help individuals experience victory in life and relationships. Sunday Mornings Beginning January 8, 2012 9:20 am - 10:45 am Developing Godly Character (Insight) - Room - 403 Managing Anger (Anger : Our Master or Our Servant) Room - 404 Over Comming Addictions or Negative Behaviors (Stepping Into Freedom ) Room 405 Monday Evenings Beginning January 9 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm Abusive or Dysfunctional Relationships (Restoring Families - Room 205

Mission: Our ministry purpose is to facilitate bible-based, Christ-centered curriculum that provides individuals with the resources to: • heal from past hurts • prevent or overcome thoughts, behaviors or actions that cause us to struggle • experience the love, joy, peace and freedom God planned for you.

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[06/14/13]   Reminder:

Living Free will be hosting an Anger Management Workshop at Faith Assembly of God on Sunday, June 23 at 1pm.

If you or someone you know has ever dealt with anger and would like to learn more about how Living Free can help you to overcome this issue please plan to attend.

Registration is encouraged but not required
Childcare is provided

[06/14/13]   Living Free Every Day®
A ministry of
Friday, June 14, 2013
Today's Scripture
"I patiently waited, LORD, for you to hear my prayer. You listened and pulled me from a lonely pit full of mud and mire. You let me stand on a rock with my feet firm, and you gave me a new song, a song of praise to you. Many will see this, and they will honor and trust you, the LORD God." Psalm 40:1-3 CEV
Thoughts for Today
We have been looking at the four-stage progression of life-controlling problems. When we reach the fourth stage, the only times we feel normal are when we are using the substance or engaging in the behavior. We can't get through a day without it. We are out of control and in constant pain spiritually, emotionally and sometimes physically. Without help, we are headed for disaster.
Consider this …
Perhaps your life is out of control. Finding the way out of this despair might seem impossible. And alone, it probably is. But you are not alone. Help is available to you, but first you must admit that you need help and decide that you want help. Then turn to Jesus and to people who care about you. Be honest with yourself and with them.
Reaching this level of despair took time, and working your way out will take time too. It is a process. But with Jesus' help you can do it. He is offering you his love, forgiveness and strength. Turn to him today. He won't let you down.
Lord, I'm really in trouble here. I have made so many mistakes and let so many people down. Please forgive me. Help me start the process of working my way out. Please pull me out of this lonely pit and stand me on a rock. I need your help. In Jesus' name …

[05/20/13]   Living Free Every Day®
A ministry of
May 20, 2013

Today's Scripture
"Make allowance for each other’s faults, and forgive anyone who offends you. Remember, the Lord forgave you, so you must forgive others." (Colossians 3:13 NLT)

Thoughts for Today
Because of our fallen human nature, forgiveness can be difficult. God calls us to forgive, but natural instinct tells us to protect ourselves and pay back those who have hurt us. Singles hurt in a divorce, bitter about a spouse's death, or angry about a broken relationship may struggle to deal with bitterness and unforgiveness. This week we will focus on how the challenges of forgiveness apply to singles, but the principles apply to everyone.

Many Christians who want to follow God's commands find it difficult to forgive. Most of us do not understand exactly what forgiveness does—and does not—mean. When we forgive a person who has hurt us, it does not mean we are saying, "What you did was okay" or "It wasn't too bad; let's just forget about it." Damage has been done; lives have been affected. To simply gloss over the hurt is not forgiveness! Rather, forgiveness acknowledges the hurt and pain yet decides not to seek vengeance or payback for the wrong done. "Yes, you hurt me, and my life was damaged; however, I will not take vengeance on you. I will not spend my life trying to make you pay me back. I will trust God to take care of the situation."

Consider this …
A simple test will reveal if you have truly forgiven a person who has hurt you. Can you rejoice if something good happens to that person? Can you grieve if something bad happens to him or her? (See Romans 12:15.) Can you turn that person over to God and trust him with the outcome? (See Romans 12:19.) Or do you secretly hope God will cut the person into small bits and feed him or her to the sharks? Only when Christians forgive the one who has hurt them and release that person to God can they truly obey the scriptural command to rejoice and mourn with others.
Some Christians take comfort in Romans 12:19 because of verse 20. Many of us would be more willing to forgive if we thought God would heap burning coals on the head of our enemy. But to understand that verse, we need to be aware of an Egyptian custom during Paul's time. A person wanting to express sincere repentance for a wrong he had done had to walk through the public streets with a plate of burning coals on his head. Knowing this, a paraphrase of Romans 12:20 could be "Bless your enemy and pray for him. This may well lead him to true repentance."

Are you ready to pray for the one who hurt you?
Father, help me let go of this bitterness. Help me forgive and be able to hope and pray for the best for the one who hurt me. In Jesus' name . . .

[06/05/12]   James 1:12
Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him.

LFED: Only One Way 3/5/12 Today's Scripture"Jesus told him, 'I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one can come to the Father except through me." John 14:6 NLT

LFED: Consider Jesus 1/19/12

Taking Control of our thoughts. "You should know this, Timothy, that in the last days there will be very difficult times. For people will love only themselves and their money. They will be boastful and proud, scoffing at God, disobedient to their parents, and ungrateful. They will consider nothing sacred. They will be unloving and...

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2008 N Goldenrod Rd
Orlando, FL

General information

• Groups are based on the topic covered, over 20 topics available • Each group meets for 9-13 weeks, each weekly meeting is about 1 hr. 15 min. • Each small group consists of 1-2 facilitators and no more than 10 participants. • Weekly groups offered on Sunday mornings @ 9:20 AM, Mondays @ 7PM or Thursdays @ 7PM • New groups start every 3 months (JAN, APR, JUL, OCT) or as needed • Co-ed groups except for groups that involve topics sexual in nature. • No cost for groups. Minimal cost (none-$15) for curriculum.
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