Go Deep—An Introduction To The Motivational Gifts

According to Romans 12, all Christians have been given a unique gift package by God. We are to use these motivational gifts to make God’s Kingdom more visible and more desirable. 

This is the introductory lesson in this series. You may download the participant’s notes and the gifts assessment I use in this lesson:

If you would like to join us in person for this class, here is where you can find us. If you have missed any of the classes in this series, check them out here:

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