“Wherever you are in your Spiritual Life, Jesus Christ wants to Encounter you right there. . . and take you further.” – Steve Bollman
Take One Step: Practical Ways to Live the 7 Steps
7 Steps to Superabundance
Honor your Wedding Vows
The first step calls spouses to joyfully embrace a fidelity worthy of a union so profound it goes beyond sexual exclusivity all the way to a willingness to offer your life for the beloved.
Live It! Slow Down and be Present
Use Money for Other People
The second step challenges individuals and families to see their financial resources as a tool entrusted to them for the good of others and experience the joy of using those resources for the benefit of others.
Live it! Rejoice and Give
Give God Some of Your Time
The third step challenges individuals and families to give ample time to God and provides a roadmap to building a rigorous, authentic prayer life. Practices like attending church weekly can actually change behaviors that lead to divorce.
Live it! Slow Down and Pray More
Set Your Mind on the Things Above
The fourth step challenges individuals and families to reach beyond the ordinary in search of the extraordinary. It opens the mind to the supernatural hidden just beyond the natural, to an encounter with God.
Live it! The Spirit of Don Bosco
Find God in Yourself
The fifth step challenges individuals and families to become ever more Eucharistically centered. It provides a pathway for the individual to extend this Eucharistic moment to a life of ongoing intimacy with Christ.
Live It! God Dwells Within You
Find God in Other People
Christ dwells in the people we encounter. The sixth step challenges individuals and families to find God in and through other people in a unique way, and calls spouses especially to realize how profoundly God dwells in their marriage.
Live It! If We Have The Eyes To See It
Make it Easy to be Good & Hard to be Bad
The seventh step challenges individuals and couples to practice a mercy so profound that it actually envelopes the soul to help prevent it from falling. It is precisely this superabundant mercy that will lead us through the Third Millennium.