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Small Steps, Giant Leaps
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing. Neil Armstrong’s famous quote, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” reminds us that when we take an intentional step of faith, we not only impact our life, we also do something good for people around us. In this series, you will consider steps the Bible calls us to take on the path of discipleship, and the ways those small steps become giant leaps for our family, our church and our community.
September 22 | Step into Worship - Psalm 29:1-11
The world is noisy. There is so much confusion we experience, more confusion than clarity. When we step into worship, we enter the space where we hear the voice of God. In worship, God speaks words that sometimes console us and other times confront us. Come hear why we worship, and why worship is essential to your life.
September 29 | Step into Discipleship - Ephesians 4:14-15
As we take intentional steps along a path of Christian discipleship, we mature in ways that have a tremendous impact on the people around us. There are key areas of growth that will allow you to evaluate your maturity and the steps necessary for your vitality.
October 6 | Step into Service - Zechariah 7:4-14
When we take a step into servanthood, we are getting serious about being a Christian. The step of service profoundly impacts the life you live, the family you raise and the community in which you live. These powerful words of a lesser-known prophet will change your life.
October 13 | Step into Generosity - 2 Corinthians 9:6-11
Step into generosity and you will change the way you see the world. Come hear how learning to give cheerfully produces a giant leap in our life with Christ and the ways people have found joy when they undertake a generous life.
October 20 | Step into sharing your Faith - Acts 3:1-8
We don’t have all the answers. We don’t have all the solutions. We do have Jesus and when we offer what we have in Jesus, the results are often far greater than what we could have ever imagined.