Beginning, first, start, whatever you call it most of us are a little intimidated when we start something new. I am right there with you. I am not a big fan of new. This is pretty obvious in my food selection at restaurants. I always order the same thing. I rarely try something new. Take for instance my favorite restaurant of all time, Cook Out. Without fail I am always ordering the Barbecue sandwich, with fries and fries for the sides, and a Cheerwine. The only time I mix it up is if I get a milkshake and then it is always blueberry. You would think with 29 different flavors of milkshakes I would want to try something new. Great, now I am craving Cook Out. Who am I kidding? I am always craving Cook Out. Maybe I can talk my family into Friday night dinner at Cook Out. Sounds like a perfect Friday night.
Maybe you are like me and not a big fan of starting something new. I understand but more importantly, Next Level understands. Next Level understands it is a little intimidating trying out a new church. And in an effort to help we have designed a short class called Starting Point where in just 55 minutes you get a very in depth look at who Next Level is. Learn how you can get involved and quickly move past the “starting new” phase of church. And the best news, the next one is this Sunday. In Matthews it is directly following the second service, and in Blakeney it is at 11:00 directly after the service. We will even feed you lunch. It will not be Cook Out, but I think you will still like it. If you are new to Next Level make sure you stop by Starting Point this Sunday. If you aren’t sure where to go, just follow the chicken.