We are all called to join Christ in the “River of Life”, as we travel the life-long journey of discipleship. No matter where you are in the journey, there is a place for you to enter the river here. The following entry points will help you to identify where you would like to enter and give you ideas for experiences that move you along the river. If you are “Getting your feet wet,” or ready to “Cannonball,” we want to be with you on this journey.

 

Imagine Standing on the Bank:

  • Getting Your Feet Wet: If you have been “splashed” by someone else, or you feel the current lapping at your toes, or you just want to know what is going on in the water, come, take a look.
  • Wade In The Water: You notice what’s going on in the water and you want to go deeper, or you want to test the water out and move a little further in.
  • Floating With The Current: You are ready to lift your feet up off the bottom and trust in God.
  • CANNONBALL: You are ready to get back out of the water and run and jump back in with a splash, splashing others with grace. Jump right in and help encourage others!

Choose Your Own Discipleship Area to Dive Into

Portion

What is my unique contribution to this world?

Humility

Who am I including and who am I excluding in my daily life? How am I intentionally reaching and serving outside of my circle?

Relationships

Who is on my team? (relationships inside and outside of the church)

Neighbors

Who are my neighbors and how can we be connected to one another? What would God’s kingdom look like in the community where I’m planted?

Priorities

How am I using my resources (time, talent, treasure, energy and effort), to love God and to love my neighbor as myself? Where do I see God in my everyday life?settings.

Spiritual Life

What are you doing at the moment that helps you to draw near to God? How are you plugged in?

Wellness

How is my life shaped by wellness (spiritual, physical, emotional, mental, economic)?

Flexible Activity Lengths are Perfect for Complicated Schedules

We’ve categorized by how much time we expect activities to take. Only have five minutes? We’ve got you covered. Have a free Saturday morning, still covered. Our activities are broken into 1-minute, 5-minute, 15-minute, 30-minute, and “Even More Time.”

Track Your Progress On the Splash Pad!