An Intentional Discipleship Tool
What is Intentional Discipleship?
Christianity is an active faith. It is one of growing and stumbling and searching and transforming and facing challenges. It is a living faith, and faith is a journey.
While the journey isn’t always easy, we know as Christians we are called to be intentional about our discipleship. We are called to walk in the footsteps of Jesus, to pray, to read and study Scripture, be in fellowship with one another, to worship, to give, and to serve.
We know it’s hard to know where you are going unless you know where to start. We know it’s hard to grow without knowing where some good next steps might be. No matter where you are in your journey of faith, this intentional discipleship tool can help you discern where are you starting and where are you headed.
Where are you on the Journey?
These classes and opportunities are recommended if you are seeking a connection with God and are ready to begin your own personal journey of faith. Other opportunities for those setting out on the journey include:
Classes and opportunities designed for people who are ready to identify and use their gifts for service in the church and world. Other opportunities for those setting out on the journey include:
These classes and opportunities are recommended for people who are constantly seeking ways to grow deeper in their faith and serve others in a deeply committed way that constantly takes them beyond their own comfort zone. Other opportunities for those setting out on the journey include:
- Reading the Daily Field Guide devotional
- Joining a small group for students, adults, men, or women
- Volunteering with Congregational Care
- Becoming a Stephen Minister
- Becoming a Visitation Minister
- Serving with Healing Housing long term
- Serving with Harvest Hands long term
- Serving with Room In The Inn long term
These opportunities are recommended for people who are seeking to use their own spiritual gifts, personal talents, and skills to share their faith with others and be a leader of faith in the church and world.
At various points along the Journey, you might feel the need to take a break and find some rest. Our Congregational Care team has resources to help you receive the rest and care you need to restore your soul and continue on your Journey.