Entries by 12Stone

Make the Big Ask

An invitation can be a powerful thing, particularly in inviting someone to a deeper relationship with Jesus. There are many around us that would willingly step into leadership if they were simply asked. This week’s Axiom, “Make the Big Ask,” with Josh Ivy, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Central Campus, will look at how we can make those invitations and help people into their next step.




What Life Are You Waiting For?

We’re called to be stewards of many things, particularly in how we use the one life given to us by God. In his week’s Axiom, “What Life Are You Waiting For,” with Andy Brightbill, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Central Campus, we’ll look at how we can use that life to engage others to take their next step in their relationship with Jesus.




DNA Carriers

As small group leaders, we get to have a unique role in the lives of others as we get to carry the unique DNA of being a Christ-follower to those we lead. Join us for this week’s Axiom, “DNA Carriers,” with Randy Tindall, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Hamilton Mill Campus.




The Bias Toward Action

It can be easy to sit on the sidelines and watch, but when it comes to leading a small group, we’re often called to actively engage, particularly in helping people continue to grow in their relationship with Jesus. Cory Lebovitz, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Central Campus, will be discussing exactly that in this week’s Axiom, “The Bias toward Action.”




Bold Move

Often, God asks us to make bold moves, whether it’s engaging someone to take a next step, or in developing a new leader. In the Axiom, “Bold Move,” with Andy Brightbill, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Central Campus, we’ll see how God can use a big step to open us to experience more of God in our lives, and in the lives of those we lead.




How Are You Doing…Really?

The ability to connect with people on a heart level is critical in helping them take their next step in their relationship with Jesus. Listen as Josh Ivy, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Central Campus, shares about he’s been motivated to engage people on a deeper level through this week’s Axiom, “How Are You Doing…Really.”