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January 20th — February 10th

What we choose to leave behind says a lot about us. We all want our families, friends, and businesses to be secure and stable when we’re gone. That’s why we work hard to write wills and develop plans for our estates. But how often are we investing into the people, relationships, and decisions that have the potential to last for eternity?

The Apostle Paul could have used his intellect, education, and social status to gain a position of influence in the ancient Roman world. Instead, he chose to spend his life investing in other people. Paul took Christ’s command to make disciples seriously and almost 2,000 years later his legacy is still making an impact.

We hope you’ll join us this winter as we continue our study in Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians. You’ll learn from his example and discover how you can leverage your life to help others know and follow Jesus.