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Pastor Kevin is extending an invitation to all women at 12Stone to learn how to tap into the power of God.
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.
Cami Lebovitz, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Flowery Branch Campus, discusses how it can become easy to be content with small change and little growth when God is inviting us to greater things in the Axiom, “The Dangers of Incrementalism.”
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.
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.
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.”
When we know who’s making the ultimate decision, it allows us to be bother better followers, and better leaders. Join Cami Lebovitz, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Flowery Branch Campus, for the Axiom, “Know Who’s Driving.”
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.
It’s impossible to inspire growth in people when we’re not actively pursuing growth ourselves. This week, we’ll look at the Axiom, “Speed of the Leader, Speed of the Team,” with Lawton Jones, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Sugarloaf Campus.
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.”
Join us as Lisa Goodwin, Spiritual Formation Pastor at Central Campus, shares how she has been impacted by the Leadership Axiom, “Never Say Someone’s No for Them.”
Around 12stone we never grow tired of hearing stories of people who come to Christ. Listen in on the story of God capturing Deanna’s heart.
Each and every week God is active around 12Stone, and He reveals Himself through the lives of people. Listen in on one story of God at work among us.
Listen in on Robert’s story as he is marked by experiences which highlight each of these key parts of our ministry here at 12Stone.
Charlie and Michelle felt God was stirring them to expand their family through adoption, but they needed God’s wisdom for how to proceed. Listen in and hear some of their struggle and fear and see how God met them in the middle of their questions.
A big church was the last think she looking for when she first arrived at 12Stone.
After moving to Georgia, Shannon knew that finding a church and finding a small group would be key for her journey. As a single mom she was eager to connect with other women in a similar season of life. Through this group she has learned the joy found when we Give Life through serving.
Allison’s story of healing for her and her daughter will challenge you spiritually to take your next bold step in your relationship with Christ.
Paige and her women’s small group wanted to reach out to a family during Christmas.
Natalie and Aaron’s inspiring story of giving helps us remember God is in control of everything we have.
Marcus took a bold step of sharing his faith through prayer with a couple he met at work.
Marc & Carole found that small groups are for people just like them – people who aren’t perfect, but have a desire for growth and community.