Do you want to train your brain and get rid of the lies you believe about yourself and replace it with God’s amazing truth about you? Let’s declare what God is doing in you.

MORE for Advent 2021

Let’s set some time to prepare for Jesus’ birthday. During Advent for four Friday evenings, we will gather over Zoom to share what we have discovered through the book, I AM ___ REWRITE your name – REROUTE your life by Chris Stefanik.

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Sign up and we will then arrange for you to receive your FREE book. Sometimes the holidays are tough. Christmas songs on repeat aren’t the only things running through your head. Loneliness kicks in. Overwhelm. Busyness .. and you can’t shake the feeling that you are not enough.

Jesus longs to show you who you are from HIS eyes. In I Am…MORE is a gift that Jesus wants to give you for his birthday. You will learn in a deeper way how blessed you are. Chosen. Enough …. Loved.

Preparing for our evenings:

On your own time, read and reflect on Chris Stefanick’s book I AM ____. Then, we’ll gather together, share, and declare the wonderful truths we discovered. And the best part is that at our last meeting, we want to make it extra special for you and take an extended time to pray together.


As God reveals his truths in your life through the book I AM _ we want to extend some time to pray with you and ask God for more of His gifts, more of His Holy Spirit for you in your life.


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