Growing spiritually means becoming more and more like Jesus in every area of life, and reproducing that growth in others. We realize that spiritual growth isn’t a one-size-fits-all venture, but these are the fundamentals we believe are essential to the process of growing with God…
Enter A Relationship With God
Listen, it’s all about Jesus!
It’s not about being religious or going through the motions of some meaningless rituals. It’s not about striving to “do better,” or becoming “good enough,” or pretending to be someone you aren’t. It’s very simply about entering into a relationship with God through His Son the Lord Jesus Christ.
If you would like to talk to someone about how to actually enter that relationship, please know that there is absolutely nothing that we’d rather talk to you about! No pressure. No hype. Just honest and open dialogue about the most important decision any person could ever make.
Attend a Sunday service
Gather with others to explore questions about God and the Bible, and be challenged to apply what you learn to your life. Our Sunday gatherings are how we get on the same page as a community, and one of the key ways we’re mobilized to be a blessing to our city and the world.
Get in community
In a smaller community we can begin to know others—and be known—as well as be challenged to become the sons and daughters of God He has called us to be. Around here, that often begins in a small group Bible study. A small group Bible study will help you find meaningful relationships with others, support, and the accountability we all need—while transforming your life to look more and more like Jesus.
Engage with God daily
God speaks to us through His words—we call it the Bible. We speak to God through our words—we call it prayer. Those two things provide the framework of what it is to have an intimate, meaningful, personal and purposeful relationship with God. If you’re new to this thing of a relationship with God, or know that yours could use a loving nudge, let us know and we’ll get you connected with someone who is a few steps further down the road. That way you can read, discuss and learn more about God together.