LifeKeys Gifts Discovery

Take time for the LifeKeys class at Zion, and learn more about what energizes you. It’s a great chance to discover who you are, who God made you to be.

You’re Born for This!

Pastor Sara Vanderpan teaches the series, which gives you a chance to dig into who you are, why you’re here, and what you do best.

The LifeKeys Discovery Course offers participants a structured opportunity to discover or affirm their talents, spiritual gifts, passions, and personality – all that God made them to be.

The printed materials use engaging stories, inventories, self-tests and other easy-to-use exercises while the class time offers explanation, support, and just a bit of fun!

Wednesday, June 21, 6:30 pm

LifeKeys Gifts Discovery - Library/Chapel

Sherilyn, Sara, Marsha

Discover what energizes you at Zion’s annual summer LifeKeys class. It’s a great chance to discover who you are, who God made you to be, and where in God's world you are meant to serve. That's something unique to each person. 

LifeKeys will help you move one step further in figuring out what helps you grow. Past LifeKeys participants say:
  • I do have more life gifts than I thought I did.
  • I learned to take time for myself to evaluate gifts, values and passions.
  • I realized that I have some passions that I wasn’t aware of.
  • I was created to be just who I am!
Pastor Sara Vanderpan leads the series, which gives you a chance to dig into who you are, why you’re here, and what you do best.

This class is a retreat-style schedule held Wednesday, June 21, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, and Thursday, June 22, from 8:30am to 2:30pm. Participants will come to both Wednesday and Thursday classes. Snacks and lunch provided. Cost is $20/person to cover costs of the book and workbook. Past participants are also welcomed to come back for a refresher.

The LifeKeys book and workbook are available on Sunday, June 18 at the info desk, or in the Zion office a week prior to the class.

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