And, How Exactly Am I Supposed To Do All of That?

Pathway Points

Stepping Up for Jesus

Last week, I defined the terms “Means of Grace” and “Spiritual Disciplines” for you. If you missed the article you can find it here. Today, I want to encourage those of you that were a bit overwhelmed with the prospects of incorporating them into your daily habits. First of all, I want to remind you that grace is a gift, not something to be earned. So, while spiritual disciplines are an important part of your journey as a follower of Christ, practicing them cannot earn you grace nor does failing to practice them deny you grace. The means of grace are the activities that we do, or the means, through which God can poor out his grace on us, helping us to become the persons that he wants us to be. That said, as you begin to incorporate these activities into your life, the article Quarters offers an encouraging perspective for you.

Stepping up with you in His strength!

Monica Lebsack

Creative Ministries Director

At Grace, one of my responsibilities is to publish a weekly article in our e-newsletter, GraceNotes, about discipleship. Specifically, about the various components of our Discipleship Pathway and how a person could journey along it. This is my most recent article.
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