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Heart & Soul

September 3, 2018
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What’s the next big thing?

Advertisers have pondered and used that question to whet our appetites for the bigger, bolder and brighter thing. It’s about who’s got next and not about what we have now.But what if we take a breather from the rat race of chasing the next big thing and take a moment to enjoy the season we find ourselves in? We don’t have to wait till November to focus on being grateful; an attitude of gratitude is something we can do every day. That we celebrate the wins, no matter how big or small.

At VOUS, we strive to celebrate constantly. The journey of life doesn’t have to be a dreary one; we can find something to celebrate along the way. That’s why two to three times a year, we gather for Heart & Soul to reflect and give thanks for the salvations, baptisms, crews, and other events that have impacted our community.

Heart & Soul is a night of celebration, worship, and prayer to encourage us that if God could do these great works through us, how much more could he do in upcoming seasons of our lives.

This night is special because it’s about more than a celebration, it's a launching pad for what was heard this past Vision Sunday. Walking out of Vision Sunday into Heart & Soul gives legs to the dreams we hope to accomplish in the coming year. We honor the season behind and look forward to the season ahead.  

Join us in this celebration on Wednesday, September 5th, 2018 at First Presbyterian Church Miami, in Brickell.

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