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Crew Members, Not Passengers

God has given each of us something unique we can use to serve Him. Maybe it’s a talent like music, a skill like working with your hands, or a passion like caring for others. Whatever it is, Jesus wants His followers to put it work by serving others.

There is so much growth and joy to be experienced when we give of ourselves to serve someone else. When you become a crew member you cease to be a passenger who is just a long for the ride. You become an active member of the body, playing a role that only you can play.

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Crew Members, Not Passengers

May 24, 2015 by Mark Stuenzi Message 1 of 1

We want to be a church that actively pursues people who are far from God—not just a church for church people. If we are going to be the Christ-followers we could be, we must pour into others. As Christians, we are followers of the greatest servant who ever lived. We must follow Jesus' example by serving others. In this message, Mark Stuenzi explains why we take serving so seriously at Parker Hill and why we must be crew members, not just passengers.