Discipleship is a two-part endeavor — Deepening our own relationship with Jesus and then sharing that relationship as we live life together with others. The more connected we are to life in Jesus, the more able we are to connect others with Him.
Here are some tools and resources to guide and support your personal faith journey, as well as options and opportunities for you to put discipleship into practice.
Do you ever wonder, “What are my spiritual gifts? How can I connect people to life in Jesus? What practices and attitudes do I need to do that? And how well am I incorporating those into my life?”
The Life Marks Assessment helps you sort that all out. Life Marks – the Church (livelifetogether.com)
Prayer and the Bible
Volunteer Opportunities at the Church and in Communities
God intentionally placed you where you are to be His servant. These are some … certainly not all … options for using your gifts.
At the Church we live life together in lifeGroup, small groups that meet regularly to form deep connections, read and apply God’s WORD, and challenge and support each other as we grow.
New members are always welcome!
In a 1:1 discipleship relationship, two Jesus followers meet together on a regular basis to support one another in their walk with Jesus. Are you interested in building a 1:1 discipleship with another Christian?
Connecting With Others
Discipleship is most effective when it stems from existing links and authentic relationships. So how does that happen? How do we develop those connections?