STEPS: Gospel-Centered DiscipleshipA 13-Session Discipleship Program
An intensive discipleship program that consists of daily Bible study and reflection and weekly one-on-one mentoring, community in break-out groups, and a large-group teaching time. We learn how the Holy Spirit will guide us in the process of examining our hearts, making a sound assessment, give an authentic confession, and lead us to repentance. In STEPS, we approach discipleship with a practical and comprehensive gospel message each week that focuses us on uprooting our sinful patterns of behavior and thinking, healing our hearts, and freeing us to act faithfully for Jesus and His kingdom.
4 PrinciplesThese principles of discipleship help take people to the root of sin and suffering in order to embrace the freedom found only in Christ's redemption.
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Daily StudyDig into God's Word for deep teaching and reflection. Spend time each day studying and meditating on the Word.
One-on-One MentoringGet accountability and check-ins from another believer in the body. Open up and get discipleship from another person in your life.
Break-Out GroupsConnect in community with others who are struggling with similar problems. Take strength from the Body of Christ in small groups.
Large Group TeachingFor 13 weeks you'll go through a targeted gospel message that focuses on uprooting sinful patterns of behavior.
12 Lessons Including
The Genesis: Creation and FallLesson 1
The Remedy of Our Insanity: The GospelLesson 2
The Response of Faith: RepentanceLesson 3
Justification, Adoption, and SanctificationLesson 4
Assessing Anger and AbuseLesson 5
Assessing Sex, Guilt, and ShameLesson 6
STEPS Will Help You To:
Learn to identify the root causes of brokenness in your life and in the world.
Develop a habit of confession, repentance, and growing in grace.
Walk in the freedom found only in Christ through redemption and gospel-centered recovery.
Discover the courage to confront sin and the healing power of forgiveness.
Embrace the joy and satisfaction of God's design for your life.
Base your approach to recovery on a biblical and theological foundation rather than a secular 12-step approach.
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