Episode 64 • Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone and Into Your Purpose

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  • Libby Lewis

So much of life is taking chances and hoping for the best, and it’s the same way with our faith. The opposite of faith isn’t just fear, it’s comfort! When we take a step of faith, we step out of our comfort zone and into uncharted territory that tests our trust in God. And honestly, it’s in these seasons where God is the most glorified.

In episode 64, podcast hosts Brenton Miles & Libby Lewis are opening up about what they’ve seen God do outside what’s comfortable, and how much this applies to the way we lead worship. Listen in and be encouraged!

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