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St. Stephen United Methodist Church welcomes you to our joyful community of worship and service!

We are a thriving community of faith and believe you will find a charming congregation where you can worship God and serve Christ with meaning and purpose. At St. Stephen you will find we are dedicated to spreading the love of Jesus Christ to everyone including you and your family. With programs, groups, and events for all ages, we hope to provide all of our members with fun and exciting things to do in a Christian atmosphere. We are here to help you find your spiritual home and your place to serve!

You are invited to discover everything we’re all about and how you can be a part this Sunday at 10:45 AM!

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Arlington, TX 76012
Phone: (817) 460 8655
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Youth Sunday School Lesson 4/19/20


It was by faith that Abraham obeyed when God called him to leave home and go to another land that God would give him as his inheritance. He went without knowing where he was going. – Hebrews 11:8 (NLT)
There are so many stories of people of faith in the Bible. People that did amazing things for God. Abraham left his home. He didn’t even know where God was calling Him to go, yet he obeyed what God told him to do.

Faith like that takes guts. To leave everything that was comfortable and step into the unknown. That’s exactly what Abraham did. He stepped out of what was comfortable and followed God’s call on his life. And that sounds a lot like what is happening in our lives today. We have been put into an uncomfortable, abnormal position that can be disappointing. God has a plan and purpose for our world today even if we can’t see it yet. What we do know is that we should never have fear.

Today’s Truth: Faith Is Fearless
God probably isn’t calling you to leave your house and move into a tent in a new country. However, He’s probably speaking to your heart to do something.

Maybe it’s taking your allowance and buying your brother lunch, or sharing your testimony with your friend that is really scared. There’s something that God can use you to do in these times.

However, what God calls you to isn’t always comfortable. Usually, it’s easier to just ignore it.

Being a person of faith means you ignore fear and what feels easy and you step out into what God is calling you to do. So today, be fearless. God has good things in store for you, if you just step out in faith!

What have you done in your life that you would consider to be fearless?
Was this for yourself or for others?
Did you stop and think maybe it was God calling you?

Thank you to my Daily Devotions for help with this lesson.

We hope you guys have a wonderful week. Stay safe and stay home.
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Happy Easter Weekend SSUMCYouth, family and friends. Instead of a traditional Sunday School lesson, let's do something fun!

Since we are all stuck inside with our families, why not a fun game of Easter Pictionary?!

James and I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter Sunday and hope you have fun with this game.

Don't forget Easter Worship at 9 with Pastor Cotton!
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