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Christian Outreach 2024

What does "Walk The Light" mean?  

Outwardly

Giving Praise:

  • Offering words of encouragement and appreciation to others.

  • Recognizing and celebrating the accomplishments of friends, family, and fellow Christians.

  • Sharing gratitude for God's blessings in everyday moments.

  • Actively listening and offering empathy to those in need.

Supporting Our Community:

  • Volunteering time and talents to local causes that align with Christian values.

  • Extending hospitality and welcoming newcomers with open arms.

  • Engaging in acts of service, like helping neighbors or participating in community clean-up projects.

  • Advocating for justice and standing up for those who are marginalized or disadvantaged.

Treating People with Love:

  • Demonstrating kindness and compassion in interactions with everyone, regardless of their background or beliefs.

  • Practicing forgiveness and offering grace to those who have wronged you.

  • Choosing words and actions that uplift and encourage others.

  • Building bridges and fostering understanding across different walks of life.

Inwardly

  • Cultivate a strong personal connection with God, allowing your faith to guide your decisions.

  • Walk in love and community, fostering strong relationships with family and fellow Christians.

  • Embrace self-confidence and a positive outlook, knowing you are loved and supported by God.

  • Strive to make a difference in the world, using your talents and resources to reach others with God's message.

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Walk the Walk

Let's paint the picture: Stepping onto the field, the roar of the crowd fades. Your heart pounds, not just from exertion, but from the weight of purpose. For a Christian athlete, every game, every practice, is an opportunity to glorify God. It's not just about winning or losing, but about showcasing the values He instills: courage like David facing Goliath (1 Samuel 17:45-47), perseverance like Paul running the race (Philippians 3:14), and humility like Jesus washing the disciples' feet (John 13:3-5). Every tackle, every shot, every stride becomes a prayer in motion, a testament to the unwavering spirit within. Remember, "For we are God's handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do." (Ephesians 2:10). So play with passion, compete with integrity, and let your actions resonate with the unwavering faith that guides you, both on and off the field.

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