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Overcoming The Modern Day Jonah Syndrome


The Modern Day Jonah Syndrome is a condition caused when a believer ignores God’s calling on their life.   The symptoms include but aren’t limited to stress, anxiety, conflict, chaos, depression, misery, bitterness, strife, self-deception, confusion and sleep deprivation. 

Those affected by the Modern Day Jonah Syndrome don’t acknowledge or appreciate the severe and damaging effect this syndrome has on their lives and those around them until it has reached an epic, dangerous, serious and advanced stage.  The Modern Day Jonah Syndrome affects all aspects of life: personal, professional, financial, physical and spiritual.

Listen to learn how to overcome the Modern Day Jonah Syndrome. Sermon presented at Union Grove Baptist Church, Oak Ridge, NC

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