Step Into the Unknown
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Trailer 2 MINS
1. Radical Faith 5 MINS
2. Walking Our Talk 5 MINS
3. Starting Over 5 MINS
4. Streams of Living Water 5 MINS
5. At The Well 5 MINS
6. The Least of These 5 MINS

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Publisher:   Water Mission - 2014
 
Keywords:
outreach, scripture, faith, biblical, missions, challenges, focus, command, poverty, jesus
In the Bible, we see Jesus call his disciple Peter to walk to Him on the water. Peter stepped out onto the water not knowing if he would sink but he trusted Jesus' command to “come.” Jesus calls us each day to step into the unknown, to leave our comfort zone, and to love “the least of these.”  He asks us to be focused on Him so that we do not sink in our doubts or circumstances.


We are called to live a life of purpose not complacency, a life where our words and actions reflect Christ to the world. The purpose of this study is to process together as a group where God may be calling you and then to take practical next steps in response. This will be accomplished by looking at six passages of Scripture that clearly illustrate what it looks like to live a Godly life. At the same time you will learn about one of the world's largest killers, the global water crisis, and how you can be a part of transforming lives through Water Missions.


Each session of this small group study includes a powerful 4–5 minute video featuring interviews with Water Missions Country Director's and staff from around the world, a focus on a specific passage of Scripture, discussion questions and a challenge to take a practical step of faith each week. Let's respond to the Global Water Crisis by taking action and believing that God can use each of us to bring safe water to the millions that need it. Our faith can be like Peter's!

To learn more about Water Mission, visit watermission.org  
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Speaker:  
Publisher:   Water Mission - 2014
 
Keywords:
outreach, scripture, faith, biblical, missions, challenges, focus, command, poverty, jesus
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