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Spiritual Growth and Development

Building Your New Life

Just like anything else in life, YOU must grow also. It takes time and effort. You would not put a plant in the ground and expect fruit the next day. Similarly you have to do the right things to take care of your spiritual growth and development. You must nurture your success. The steps are simple. Don’t overthink it. Keep it simple. Just follow instructions.
The power of “2” Two is a small number and it is the focus of this ministry. God says in His Word; “Where 2 or more are gathered in my name there I am in the mist of them” (Matthew 18:20). The principle behind this concept is working together to enrich each other’s lives to leverage our physical and spiritual resources. It can become overwhelming to think that you have to go it alone; once you realize all of the changes that must take place in your life to be a disciple of Christ. That is why having others to walk you through the process and sowing into your life is so important and makes the process enjoyable and more effective.

Spiritual Growth: News
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Five steps to spiritual growth and development

  1. Commit yourself to God: The most important person you will ever need is YOU. When you believe that God is working through this ministry you will be confident when talking to others outside of this ministry about why you are here. Your entire objective must be to glorify God and not please people. This is essential for you to stay true to the process.

  2. Be teachable: Even though you may have been very successful in other ventures and other ministries, most people who join Dayspring are new to the process. Therefore it is important that you have faith in the membership and follow the instructions of those who have succeeded before you.

  3. Stay Informed:  Be familiar with the most recent teachings on the website and printed materials. Read and study the Church constitution and Bylaws and Church covenant. Read and study the church doctrine and theology so you can become confident when asked what we believe and why.

  4. Study, study, study: The key to spiritual growth is to make sure you receive proper training. That training is done by the Holy Spirit; whose responsibility it is to lead you into all the truth about God even the deep things. (John 16:13) Therefore you must study the Word of God on a regularly basis. The books that the church is going through in bible study and the sermons you should be well versed in. These should be your focus of study but not limited too.

  5. Be a leader: This is your life! Take responsibility to make the effort, time and energy required to build and maintain a relationship with God and other members. Influence is the key. It all begins with you. As you grow to become a leader assist other members to become leaders themselves. Now is the time to engage. Start doing the little things daily that will make the big things happen latter.

Take Control of Your Life

Take Control of your Life

At some point, everyone asks themselves what the meaning and purpose of life is. For many, this question is a fleeting thought inside a life occupied by fundamental thoughts and actions, mostly entangled in survival and social dramas. For others, this question is asked in earnest, and finding the answer becomes a purpose in and of itself. What makes you tick? Knowing this will help you discover your purpose in life. To understand yourself and to get what you want in life, you need to have an understanding of why you do the things you do. Your habits, your views on life, and your attitude are all formed by what drives you. Why you do what you do is constantly influencing your decision making because your why is your values; the things you believe are important in the way you live and work. They determine your priorities whether you realize it or not as you learn and grow. When your plans and decisions match and honor God's plan for your life; life will be good – you will experience “Abundance”, a life of satisfaction, achievement and contentment.

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