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Mile Marker

Book by Chase Baker & Nic Allen
 

This isn’t a book you read; it’s a story you write. Filled with devotional thoughts, challenging prompts, and opportunities for education and reflection, Mile Marker is a journey that will help you highlight the significant moments in raising your family while you record the challenges you face and blessings you receive along the way.

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GOD LOVES FAMILIES. WE LOVE FAMILIES. WE LOVE YOUR FAMILY.

Our heartbeat is for the church and the family to connect in such a way that the Gospel, His story, comes alive in the hearts of the next generation. Parenting is a journey with many opportunities to shape and pour into the next generation.

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Daily Step

A daily Bible Reading Plan that we walk through together as a church.


PRACTICAL STEP

IF I AM NOT READING THE BIBLE CURRENTLY,
WHERE DO I START?

If you want to start doing anything, you need a plan. 

As a church, we have a reading plan that we walk through together.
This daily Bible reading plan is called Daily Step.

DAILY STEP | Living an Intentional Life DAILY STEP | Advent Devotional

HOW DO I GET THE MOST OUT OF MY READING?


Slow down.
 

Read smaller sections. 

Ask these questions of the passage you are reading: 
1. What does this passage teach me about who God is? 
2. What does this passage teach me about who I am? 
3. What practices are there to emulate? 

All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.

— 2 Timothy 3:16-17


WHAT'S YOUR NEXT STEP?
Are you reading the
Bible daily?

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Watch and listen to sermons live and on-demand, find event information,
follow along with our Daily Step Bible reading plan and more!

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EYES ON JESUS

BY JEFF SIMMONS

We all struggle with worry, fear, and anxiety in some way. You're far from alone if you struggle with anxiety. Humans-as far back as we can find written documentation-have always dealt with worrying about things that might go wrong. We're preemptively anxious, stressed, and afraid about scenarios that likely will not happen. Anxiety permeates our minds and hearts. What is the point of our worrying? What does
it benefit us? Is there a way to escape the fears that so
easily consume us?

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