These things don't happen automatically, however. We play an important part in our own spiritual formation, and Jesus calls to each of us, "follow Me." Discipleship to Jesus isn't an event, but a lifestyle, and it's one that requires practice.
When we talk about practices, we mean practical things that we do that deepen our relationship with God, deepen our relationships with others, and that deepen our own self-awareness—giving us better insight into how we have been individually and uniquely wired by God—so that we can better love both God and people.
The Discipleship Pathway is designed to explore these practices through rich biblical teaching, in the context of community, and by giving you highly practical steps that you’ll be able to take home with you. These are not foundational courses, nor are they primarily for new believers. All are welcome, and we believe that anyone that desires to grow spiritually will benefit from joining us at any of the 3 segments.
For any additional questions, please contact Adam Winter, Pastor of Spiritual Formation.