Spiritual Formation


The Journey

A meaningful walk with a group of adults guided by three primary questions:

Who is God?
Who am I?
What does God want to do through me?

The Journey group (usually 6-10 people) meets together weekly, guided by a trained facilitator who encourages accountability, safe relationships, thoughtful reflection, honest conversation, and prayer.

Over 85% of recent The Journey participants reported a deepened relationship with God, enhanced application of the Bible to their lives, and a greater sense of the importance of community and relationships as a key ingredient to spiritual growth.






A Way of Life

Building on the experience of The Journey, A Way of Life invites us (again in community with fellow travelers) to:

1. a fuller understanding and practice of a life attentive to God,
2. a deeper and more confident sense of God's unique calling in our
lives, and
3. a way of structuring and ordering our lives toward a lifelong
apprenticeship with Jesus.


A Way of Life encourages greater attention to and alignment with God's gracious way in your life, your community, and your world. Three overarching themes will structure the learning : friendship with God, community with others, and mission on the way. At its core, A Way of Life invites you into a set of reflections, practices, and relationships that will help you explore and sustain a way of life faithful to God's good work.







Walking with Others

Walking with Others will challenge you to take a next step in your development-learning to guide other adults toward a deeper maturity in Christ. As you discover throughout The Journey and A Way of Life, you have a unique mix of experiences, gifts, talents, strengths, personality, education, history and character. Your life is not your own; it is a gift you offer to others and to the Lord. How then is this gift of your unique life to become a gift for others?

Walking with Others will help you:

  1. Understand more deeply that God is a developmental God and we are his developmental people.

  2. Become a developer of others

  3. Pay attention to your lifelong apprenticeship with Jesus.

  4. Embrace your role as a change agent in the world and in your community.


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