Discipleship

the heartbeat and priority of every New Testament believer
 
 
Discipleship helps you build a Biblical foundation for your lifestyle of faith. The program is created through the New Testament model of Jesus and his personal investment in the lives of his 12 Disciples. When you sign up to be discipled, we have someone take you through the Bible, one-on-one, in 16 basic, fundamental topics of the Christian life.
 

4 primary goals for your discipleship experience >

1. Establish you in worship.
Life on earth wasn’t designed to be lived alone. Just as Christ lived life alongside his Disciples, your Discipler will walk alongside you and introduce you to the sweetness found in the fellowship of like-minded believers.
2. Establish you in the word of God. 
God’s Word is your direct connection to our Lord & Savior who desires to have a personal relationship with you. Your Discipler will help you navigate through God’s Word and share tips on how to develop your walk with Christ.
3. Establish you in the fellowship and structure of the church. 
We’re not just talking church attendance. We are passionate about helping you plug in to our church by becoming a member and investing your time and talents in a ministry that is in line with your interests and spiritual gifts. 
4. Establish you in the ministry with us. 
Christ didn’t save us to plod on in mediocrity. Throughout the Discipleship process, you’ll be encouraged to find and develop your God-given gifts so you can begin impacting your sphere of influence as an ambassador for Christ.
 

Your discipleship experience >

There are 16 lessons, but discipleship almost always takes more than 16 weeks. This is your chance to ask questions and process life Biblically with someone dedicated to  walking through it with you.
 
Each lesson gives you a Biblical references to build a solid understanding of what the Bible says on each topic plus ways each topic affects your personal relationship and walk with Christ.
 
 
 
 
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stop by the Welcome Desk between services on Sunday mornings.