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Footprints -- Part 2

Four Things That Influential People Are Required to Do

April 3, 2019 • Dr. Mark Lantz

We continue our examination of Abram and Sara as they moved out of their comfortable country of Ur and into the wilderness, trusting wholeheartedly in the promise of God. What can this couple from thousands of years ago teach us about the incredible potential we have for influence in our own lives today? What is required of influential people that goes above and beyond what is required of every person on a basic level? What should you be prepared for if you truly wish to take your life somewhere that it has never been? Dr. Mark Lantz continues his exploration of the epistle of Hebrews in Part 2 of Footprints.

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Footprints -- Part 6

The Most Important Ingredient of Influence • May 15, 2019 • Dr. Mark Lantz

You will influence people. Regardless of how introverted you may think you are, it has been proven that you will have an impact on people around you. The question is not whether you WILL influence people, but rather HOW you will influence them. There is one thing that will make or break the kind of influence you will have on the world. What is this ingredient, and how can you get it? What does Scripture have to say about this factor of influence? Join Dr. Mark Lantz as he explores the most important ingredient of influence in Part 6 of Footprints.

Footprints -- Part 5

What To Do When You've Lost Your Level of Influence • May 8, 2019 • Dr. Mark Lantz

What do you do when you feel you have lost the level of influence you should have as a child of God? What happens when your season of power and growth seems to have stagnated? We all encounter these times in our life. But we cannot stay there. We must move on. Join Dr. Mark Lantz in Part 5 of Footprints as he examines the example of Elijah in I Kings 19 to discover what to do when you've lost your level of influence.

Footprints -- Part 4

How to Maintain Lifelong Influence • April 24, 2019 • Dr. Mark Lantz

Achieving a high level of influence in your life is one thing. It is an entirely separate issue to maintain that level of influence throughout your lifetime. And yet this is exactly what Caleb did in the book of Joshua. At the age of 85, Caleb was still in a position of great influence and leadership. What would it take for us to achieve that level of influence and maintain it for the rest of our lives? What are the habits we much learn and priorities we must set in order to reach that level of influence. Join Dr. Mark Lantz as he examines the example of Caleb in Part 4 of Footprints.