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    1. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Welcome To COSBTS 401 Discovering Biblical Families

    3. Biblical Families are a COSBT Core Value

    4. The Great Commandment Matt 22:37-40 "'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.'

    5. The Great Commission Matt 28:18-20 "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.

    6. What defines COSBT ministry? Our Mission Statement 1. Adoring and Glorifying God. 2. Caring for people. 3. Training for the ministry. 4. Sending into all the world.

    7. 401 Discovering Biblical Family This course will examine biblical teachings on the family and will apply them to the challenges of contemporary Singapore families. Through this course singles, couples, and those contemplating marriage will be equipped to: Impact the World through Godly Families

    8. 401Discovering Biblical Family Session I Impacting the World through Godly Families Family in the Plan of God

    9. Our Vision To Build Biblical Families that Impact the World Everyone is Part of a Family, Everyone is Involved in a Family

    10. God wants God likeness in Our Personal lives Our Relationships Our Courtship Our Marriage Our Parenting Our Children

    11. Bibliography and Further Reading Christensen, Larry. The Christian Family, Bethany House Publishers 1970 Williams, John The Family: Gods Handiwork Tyndale House Publishers 1984

    12. In this Course We will Discover Impacting the World Through Godly Families Family in the Plan of God Biblical Principles of Courtship The Marriage Relationship Husband and Wife Love and Sex Contraception, Conception, and Gestation Parenting and Children

    13. Our Goal Through this course I will consider committing myself to being part of a family living under biblical authority.

    14. The Bible is the Authority on Families God created families: the Bible is the instruction manual. The Bible is our final authority on all matters of faith and conduct (2 Timothy 3:16-17). The Bible gives insight into all aspects of family. The Bible gives instruction for fathers, mothers and children whether single or married.

    15. Challenges Facing the Modern Family Erosion of Biblical Values Sex Chastity Lifelong Marriage Authoritarian Structure Gender Roles

    16. Sexual Liberation More open attitude toward sex Pre-marital sexual activity Extra-marital Affairs Homosexuality Pornography

    17. Womens Liberation Equal Rights and Authority Confusion of Roles

    18. Distorted Understanding of Love Distorted Concept Portrayed in the Media Lust / Romantic Attraction = Love Self-love

    19. Individualism Self verses Family Community Nation Breakdown of Interpersonal / social ties Rebelliousness

    20. Permissive Parenting Faulty Parenting Models Corporal Punishment

    21. Modern Lifestyle Exhaustion / Busyness Emphasis on Material Pursuits Emphasis on Academic Excellence

    22. Technology Internet, Email, ICQ, SMS Virtual Reality

    23. Church Activities Program Overload Ministry Responsibilities

    24. COS(BT) Vision To Impact the World through Godly Families

    25. Impacting the World Gods reign on earth (Matt 3:2,6:10,6:33 Rev 11:15) The Great Commission (Matt 28:19-20, Mark 16:15, Acts 1:8) Every people group (Matt 24:14, Rev 5:9, 7:9)

    26. Godly Families In the image of God=like God (bearing gods glory)= godly (Gen 1:27) Godly family (Gen 2:24-25) Marred by sin (Gen 3, Rom 3:23) Redeemed by Christ Growing towards Christ-likeness=godly (Matt 16:24, Acts 11:26, IICor 3:18)

    27. Building Godly Families Building Godly Families concerns everyone Husband, wife, father, mother, son or daughter Family of God-brothers/sisters, Elder brother, Father Ministering to children, teenagers, young adults, couples, parents, elderly

    28. Building Godly Families Begins with myself Building Godly lives-from glory to glory (IICor3:18) Starts with the cross Right priorities (Matt 22:37-39, 6:33) Habits of Growth-prayer, worship, reading, giving, fellowship According to Gods Word (IITim 3:16-17) Walking in Gods will (John 4:34, Eph 2:10)

    29. Building Godly Families Godly Relationships With believers and non-believers With our parents and siblings With the opposite sex In courtship In marriage and family

    30. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Family in the Plan of God

    31. God, the Author Created in the image of God (Gen 1:26-28) Institution of Marriage (Gen 2:24-45) Created before the fall and the church Reflects the Trinity of God

    32. God Reveals Himself through Family Relationships God is the Father God is the Husband to Isreal Jesus is the Son of God Jesus is the Firstborn of God Jesus is the Bridegroom to the church The Church is the Bride of Christ The church is the Family of God

    33. Family in Gods Salvation Seth, Noah, Abraham/Isaac/ Jacob, Levites/ Aaron, David Families of the earth blessed through Abraham (Gen 12:1-3) Joshua and his family will serve God (Josh 24:15) Gospel for all ethnos (Matt 24:14) Family in Eternity (Rev 5:9, 7:9-10)

    34. Priorities in the Family Love God and your Neighbor (Matt 22:37-40),Mark 12:30-31, Luke 10:27) Foundation and Summary of OT Law The New Commandment of Christ (John 13:34-35) The Goal of Christian Maturity (II Peter 1:5-8)

    35. Love God Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul with all your strength and with all your mind. First Priority (Luke 14:26, Matt 10:37) All encompassing Priority Loving our neighbor is part of loving God (John 14:15)

    36. Love Others as Yourself Love your neighbor as yourself (Matt 28:19-20, Acts 1:8) Loving Yourself You must be a disciple first before you can make disciples You must encounter Christ first before you can be a witness Care for yourself physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually Not as an end but as a means to love others

    37. Love Others as Yourself Love your neighbor as yourself Loving your Family (Gen 2:24, ITim 3:4-5,12, I Tim 5:8) Your wife and children your first disciples your nearest Jerusalem your first congregation Marriage Relationship (Eph 5:25) Children

    38. Love Others as Yourself Love your neighbor as yourself Loving Others Colleagues, Relatives, Friends Church World

    39. 401Discovering Biblical Family WELCOME TO Session II 401 Discovering Biblical Families

    40. Serving Jesus

    41. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Biblical Families are a COS(BT) Core Value

    42. Jesus Great Commandment Matt 22:37-40 "'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.'

    43. Jesus Great Commission Matt 28:18-20 "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.

    44. What defines COSBT ministry? Our Mission Statement 1. Adoring and Glorifying God. 2. Caring for people. 3. Training for the ministry. 4. Sending into all the world.

    45. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Session II Biblical Principles of Courtship The Marriage Relationship

    46. Courtship: Finding the Right Life Partner If you are already married: What therefore God has joined together, let no man separate (Matt 19:6)

    47. Finding the Right Life Partner Do not be unequally yoked OT Principle (Deut 7:1-6, Ex 34:15-16, Neh 13:23-28) No covenant/intermarriage with Canaanites (representing the world/sin/unbelievers) Lest they turn from God They are called a holy people and a people for His own possession

    48. Finding the Right Life Partner Do not be unequally yoked II Cor 6:14-18 No partnership/covenant with unbelievers/uncleanness/idols God wants to dwell in us-therefore be separate Clearly forbids marriage with unbelievers

    49. Finding the Right Life Partner Do not be unequally yoked Biblical examples Samson Solomon Real-life lessons

    50. Finding the Right Life Partner Knowing Gods Will Various understandings of Gods will in our marriage partner God has no preference-anyone is just as good (within biblical boundaries) God allows you to choose from a few selected potential people God has a best choice for you God has a best choice for you Adam and Eve (Gen 2:21-24) Isaac and Rebecca (Gen 24:10-76) Learning from David (ISam 23:2, 4, 6, 9-12. 30:8, IISam 5:19,23) See Proverbs 3:5-6, 18:22, 19:14

    51. Finding the Right Life Partner Knowing Gods will Prerequisite to knowing Gods will Sincere desire to know and do His will Living in Gods revealed will General principles of knowing Gods will Gods word The Holy Spirits guidance Godly counsel Dreams, visions, prophetic guidance

    52. Finding the Right Life Partner Knowing Gods will Specific guidelines for knowing Gods will in a marriage partner Submit to parental authority Consider Gods call on your lives Pitfalls in finding Gods will for a marriage partner Not putting God first/not living in His will/living in rebellion Overwhelmed by emotions/being too subjective Depending on your own understanding Looking at circumstances

    53. Dating Verses Courtship See handout Dating vs Courtship The Wisdom and Freedom of Courtship vs Dating next pages

    54. Biblical Guidelines for Courtship Understanding moral purity (I Cor 6:9-20,v9-10, v16-18) No adultery (extra-marital sex) or fornication (pre-marital sex) (v9) Sexual intercourse results in union with sexual partner(v16) Sexual immorality is sin against the body (v18) Our body is the temple of the Holy Spirit-it belongs to God(v19) Sexual union is a covenantal act toward a lifelong marriage covenant. This covenant stands as long as both parties are alive!

    55. Biblical Guidelines for Courtship Integrity-do not defraud (Matt 5:37) Dont say what you dont mean Dont exaggerate Dont make promises you cant/dont intend to keep Dont mislead by your words or actions Always clarify any misunderstanding

    56. Biblical Guidelines for Courtship Trust-in all things, walk in faith (Heb 10:38) Dont react in your own understanding Trust God to provide the right person at the right time Trust God to keep the right person for you

    57. Biblical Guidelines for Courtship Patience-fruit of the Spirit (Gal 5:22) Dont rush, dont be pressurized Wait upon God Dont pressurize others Consideration-walk always in love (I Cor 13) Seek never to bring hurt/pain/rejection (if possible) Dont seek your own interests but the interest of the other

    58. Marriage Relationship: Singlehood Jesus teaching on celibacy (Matt 19:10-12) Not everyone can voluntarily accept celibacy Some choose celibacy to devote themselves to serving Gods Kingdom Its a noble thing, a high calling Pauls teaching on Celibacy (I Cor 7:25-35) Paul recommends celibacy Paul feels that it is better than marriage because: Of the present tribulation (I Cor 7:25-28) Time is short-Jesus coming again (I Cor 7:29-31) Free from concerns and distractions(ICor 7:32-35) Its a gift of God (I Cor 7:7)

    59. Marriage The Origin God created man and woman (Gen 1:27) God instituted marriage (Gen 2:24) Purposes of Marriage Helper; complement each other (Gen 2:20; 1:27) Companionship (Gen 2:18) Procreation (Gen 1:28)

    60. Marriage The Marriage Vow Ordained by God (Gen 2:24,Matt19:4-6,Mark 10:6-9) Witnessed by the church Recognized by civil authorities The Covenental Act (see I Cor 6:15-18) Till death do us part (Rom 7:2-3, ICor 7:7-8, I Cor 7:39) No marriage in heaven (Matt 22:30,Mk 12:25, Lk 20:34-35)

    61. Marriage Becoming One Flesh Leave Cleave Become one flesh Naked and not ashamed

    62. Polygamy Biblical Characters Practiced Polygamy Eg. Abraham,Jacob,Solomon Biblical narratives cannot be used for teaching polygamy Most biblical examples of polygamy caused problems Monogamy is Gods Ideal The first marriage (Gen 2:24) Pauls teaching (Eph 5:33) Standard for leaders (I Tim 3:2, 12. Titus 1:6)

    63. Divorce and Remarriage Divorce is not Gods will God hates divorce (Mal 2:16) What God has joined, let no one tear asunder (Matt 19:6, Mk 10:9) Divorce in the Old Testament Divorce allowed for indecency (Deut 24:1-4) Remarriage also allowed (Deut 24:1-4) God divorced Isreal, but still seeks her (Isa 50:1, Jer 3:6-8)

    64. Divorce and Remarriage Divorce as a last resort in certain situations Divorce allowed only as a concession (Matt 5:31, 19:7-8, Mk 10:5) Only if there is infidelity (Matt 5:32, 19:9) Only if the unbelieving spouse leaves (I Cor 7:15-16)

    65. Divorce and Remarriage Remarriage If a divorced woman remarries-adultery (Matt 5:32, Mk 10:12) Whoever marries a divorced woman-adultery (Matt 5:32, Lk 16:18) Divorced (if not for infidelity) man remarries-adultery (Matt 19:9, Mk 10:11, Lk 16:18) Divorced wife (due to unbelieving spouse)should remain unmarried (I Cor 7:11)

    66. 401Discovering Biblical Family Notes

    67. 401 Discovering Biblical Family WELCOME TO Session III Husbands and Wives Love and Sex

    68. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Notes:

    69. Serving Jesus

    70. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Core Values Biblical Families is one of COS(BT)s core values

    71. Jesus Great Commandment Matt 22:37-40 "'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.'

    72. Jesus Great Commission Matt 28:18-20 "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.

    73. What defines COSBT ministry? Our Mission Statement 1. Adoring and Glorifying God. 2. Caring for people. 3. Training for the ministry. 4. Sending into all the world.

    74. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Husband and Wife

    75. Roles of the Husband and Wife Man and Woman are equal in dignity Both bear the image of God (Gen 1:27) Both given dominion and mandate (Gen 1:28-29) Male and Female one in Christ (Gal 3:28) Man and Woman are interdependent (I Cor 11:11-12) Husband and Wife are complementary in function Co-Bearers of Gods image (Gen 1:27) A helper complementary to man (Gen 1:20)

    76. Roles of the Husband and Wife Husband and Wife perform different roles Different roles from physical design Men toil (Gen 3:17-19) Women bear children (Gen3:16) Husband provides (Eph 5:28-30, I Tim 5:8) Wife works at home (Titus 2:4-5) Husbands lead, Wives submit (Eph 5:22-23, Col 3:18-19. I Pet 3:17, I Cor 11:3, 1)

    77. Instructions to Husbands Love Your Wives (Eph 5:22-33, Col 3:19) As Christ loved the church (Eph 5:25-27) As their own bodies (Eph 5:28-29) As himself (Eph 5:33) Do not be harsh/embittered against them (Col 3:19) With understanding-weaker vessel (I Pet 3:7) With honor fellow heir (I Pet 3:7) So that prayers not hindered (I Pet 3:7) Be faithful to her (Prov 5) Wives also need to love their husbands (Titus 2:4)

    78. Instructions to Husbands Lead the Family Be subject to one another (Eph 5:21) Submission cannot be forced, only won through love Be understanding, not harsh to your wife Look out for her interest (Phil 2:4) Servanthood leadership (Matt 23:8-12, Mk 9:35, 10:42-45) Provide for the Family Provide for family (I Tim 5:8)-else, worse than an unbeliever Includes physical, emotional, material, spiritual,-provision Manage own family well (I Tim 3:4-5)

    79. Instructions to Wives The Submissive Role Wives submit to your husbands (Eph 5:22-24, I Pet 3:1) Wives respect their husband (Eph 5:33) Wives be subject to your husbands (Col 3:18) Subject to your husbands (Titus 2:4-5) Be submissive, win without a word (I Pet 3:1) Role Models Sarah submitted to Abraham and called him lord Jesus-chose to be submissive to the Father (Phil 2:5-9)

    80. Instructions to Wives The Good Wife (Prov 31:10-31) Uses to good purposes her intelligence and capability Cheerful and trustworthy person Hard and willing worker God fearing character Makes life abundant for husband, children& household Kind and gives to the poor and needy (i.e. beyond their own family circle) Remarkable woman and her husband praises her!

    81. Instructions to Wives Characteristics of a good wife Noble character-husbands glory (Prov 12:4) Not quarrelsome (Prov 19:13, 21:9, 19, 25:24, 27:15) Financial Prudence (Prov 19:14) Love their children, sensible, pure, workers at home, kind (Titus 2:4-5) Chaste,respectful, gentle and quiet spirit (I Pet 3:2-4)

    82. 401 Discovering Biblical Family LOVE AND SEX

    83. Understanding Love Worlds understanding of love Love very fluid meaning in love love at first sight crush, infatuation, puppy love make love I love ice cream

    84. Understanding Love Romantic Love portrayed in the media Emphasizes emotions, feelings, desires Seemingly out of ones control/no involvement of the will Does not involve practical aspects of love Self-seeking, self-gratifying, self-centered Unstable, unpredictable-comes and goes Portrayed as ultimate value

    85. Understanding Love Greek words for Love Eros-sexual connotation Phileo-affection/liking Agape-highest and noblest form of love Word rarely used in secular literature Describe Biblical love-love as God defines it Not found in the world, only possible through God

    86. Understanding Love Biblical Love (I Cor 13, John 15:12-13, Eph 5:25) I Cor 13-Characteristics of Agape Commanded by God of every believer Can be obeyed as an act of the will Emotions are not the primary determinant Passion vs commitment Demonstrated in practical actions and attitudes Not self-gratifying, other-centered Morally responsible unconditional

    87. Understanding Love John 15:12-13, Eph5:25-Standard of Agape As Christ loved us/the church Results in actions for the benefit of others even if it involves personal sacrifice Even to the point of death-to love

    88. Sex Biblical Teaching on Sex Designed by God, it is very good(Gen 1:31) To be enjoyed solely in marriage (Ex 20:14) The covenantal act of one flesh union (I Cor 7:2) Avoiding sexual immorality is one of the reasons for marriage (ICor 7:2) Do not withhold sex from one another(I Cor 7:3-4) Do not force sex on one another (I Cor 13:5) By mutual agreement, you can abstain from sex for the sake of prayer (sexual fast) (I Cor 7:5)

    89. Sex Abuse of Sex Premarital sex is sin (I Cor 6:9-10) Extramarital sex is sin (I Cor 6:9) Homosexual sex is sin (I Cor 6:9) Incest is sin (I Cor 5:1, 5 Lev 18:6-18)

    90. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Notes:

    91. 401 Discovering Biblical Family WELCOME to Session IV Contraception, Conception, Gestation Parenting and Children

    92. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Notes:

    93. Serving Jesus

    94. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Core Values Biblical Families is one of COS(BT)s core values

    95. Jesus Great Commandment Matt 22:37-40 "'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.

    96. Jesus Great Commission Matt 28:18-20 "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.

    97. What defines COSBT ministry? Our Mission Statement 1. Adoring and Glorifying God. 2. Caring for people. 3. Training for the ministry. 4. Sending into all the world.

    98. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Session IV Contraception, Conception, Gestation

    99. Contraception, Conception, Gestation Abortion You shall not murder (Ex 20:13) Taking of human life forbidden Includes: Murder Suicide Abortion Euthanasia

    100. Contraception, Conception, Gestation Abortion An unborn baby is precious before God you knit me together in my mothers wombMy frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place. When I was woven together in the depths of the earth, your eyes saw my unformed body. All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be. Ps 139:13-16 Abortion is not an acceptable form of birth control

    101. Contraception, Conception, Gestation Abortion Dilemmas on abortion When the mothers life is at risk When the woman conceives after rape When the fetus is deformed

    102. Contraception, Conception, Gestation Abortion Complications of Abortion Spiritual problems Emotional problems Medical problems Perforation of the uterus Incomplete evacuation Excessive bleeding Infections infertility

    103. Contraception, Conception, Gestation Contraception Biblical teaching Silent regarding birth control Children considered a gift from God (Ps 127:3-5) Barreness considered a curse (Ex 23:26)

    104. Contraception, Conception, Gestation Contraception Is Birth Control wrong? Forbidden by the Roman Catholic Church Condemned generally by early Christians Accepted by most modern Protestants Abortive Action of some contraceptives IUDs and Post-coital pills work by preventing implantation The mini-pill, injectables,implants, and to a lesser extent the combined pill has a minor effect of preventing implantation

    105. Contraception, Conception, Gestation Conception and Gestation Problem of Subfertility Not Gods ideal (Ex 23:26, Ps 127:3) Many biblical examples of divine healing Sarah at 90 (Gen 21:1-2) Rebekah (Gen 25:21) Hannah (I Sam 1:20) Elizabeth, at old age (Luke 1:24)

    106. Contraception, Conception, Gestation Conception and Gestation Problems of Assisted Reproductive Techniques Financial Cost Medical Complications Ethical Dilemmas What do you do with excess embryos

    107. Contraception, Conception, Gestation Conception and Gestation The Unborn Child God watches over it (Ps 139:15-16) God is involved in its creation (Ps 139:13-14) God has a plan for it (Ps 139:16) John the Baptist was baptized in the Holy Spirit in the womb (Luke 1:41-4)

    108. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Session IV Parenting and Children

    109. Parenting and Children Gods Order for Children Honor your Father and Mother 5th Commandment (Ex 20:12, Deut 5:16) Punishable by death (Ex 21:15. 17 Lev 20:9, Deut 21:18-21) Repeated in the New Testament (Eph 6:1-3, Col 3:20) Promise of long life

    110. Parenting and Children Gods Order for Children Honor your Father and Mother (cont) Listen and Obey (Prov 1:8, 6:20-22, 23:22, Eph 6:1-3, Col 3:20) In all things In the Lord Jesus our example (Lk 2:51) Unity among siblings (Ps 133:1-3)

    111. Parenting and Children Gods Order for Adult/Married Children No age limit for 5th Commandment Honor: as children=obey, as adult=respect, gratitude, provide Responsible for their support (I Tim 5:4, 8) Jesus teaching (Matt 15:3-6) Jesus example (John 19:26-27) If youre married. Learn to leave and cleave (Gen 2:24) Relating to your in-laws

    112. Parenting and Children Gods Order for Parents Biblical Perspective of Children They are Gods gift (Ps 127:3) We are stewards of our children God has plans for their lives (Ps 139:16) They are born in sin, in need of salvation (Ps 51:5,Prov 22:15) God loves children (Matt 18:2-6, 10 19:14)

    113. Parenting and Children Gods Order for Parents Heavenly Father-our Model of Fatherhood Protection and Provision (Matt 6:8, 21, 7:9-11,Lk 11:9-13) Unconditional Love (Lk 15:11-32 Prodigal Son) Discipline of Love (Heb 12:7-10)

    114. Parenting and Children Gods Order for Parents Love your Children (Titus 2:4) Provide for their needs (I Tim 5:8)-else, worse than an unbeliever Physically, Materially Intellectually, Educationally Socially, Emotionally Spiritually

    115. Parenting and Children Gods Order for Parents Care for their Spiritual and Moral Growth They need to be born again Bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord (Eph 6:4) Teach them Gods works and ways (Deut 4:9-10, 6:4-9, 11:18-21, 32:46) Train in the right way (Prov 22:6) Be an example (I Cor 11:1)

    116. Parenting and Children Gods Order for Parents Discipline in Love Do not exasperate/provoke to anger-not lose heart (Eph 6:4, Col 3:21,) Do not punish in anger (James 1:20, Eph 4:26) Children under control with all dignity, manage household well (ITim 3:4, 12) Discipline out of love (Prov 13:24,19:18) Use the Rod (Prov 13:24, 22:15, 23:13-14, 29:15) Result of failure to discipline-Eli and sons (I Sam 3:13)

    117. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Whats next? 501 Discovering Mission Acts1:8 At home, locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally there is a mission for you.

    118. 401 Discovering Biblical Family Thank you very much for attending this class and growing in the Foundations of Living Gods Word Please complete My Next Steps (turn it in as you leave) We want to be in touch and keep growing!