If you are new to following Jesus, this is your track. The Engage track is an introduction to the basics of our faith. You will learn more about who Jesus is, how to read the Bible, pray, and much more. Homework assignments will be basic questions.
Our Follow track is for those who have chosen to follow Jesus, know the basic stories of Scripture, and have an understanding of spiritual disciplines. This track will deepen your knowledge of God and reinforce those disciplines. Homework assignments will be more essay style.
Jesus followers need to take their knowledge and put it in action. The Serve track helps you live out your faith in practical ways. This track will require you to plug in to ministry and serve. Homework assignments will ask you to think critically about the text and respond accordingly.
The Multiply track is for those that have a good understanding of Scripture, are plugged into some kind of ministry, and have displayed a desire to help others grow in their relationship with Jesus. This track will help you learn how to make disciples as Jesus commanded in The Great Commission.
Thank you for considering enrolling in our DiscipleTracks program. This process is designed to help you grow as a Jesus Follower through an increase in knowledge of God and His Word, practice of the spiritual disciplines, serving Jesus where he has called you to serve, and learning to make disciples as Jesus commanded us to do.
Each Track is designed to last 52 weeks; however depending on your growth, you may stay in one track longer or move up quicker. The goal here is not to get to the "finish line" as fast as possible, but to build a solid foundation on which you can continue to build for the rest of your life.
You will be completing weekly assignments through Google Classroom. Once you signup, you will receive a class code. You will also be contacted by a Disciple-Maker who will help you get setup and be guiding you through this process.
As we read through the Gospels, we never see Jesus chasing down and pleading the crowds to follow him. On the contrary we see him saying things like "deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow me." (Luke 9:23). Please be sure that you have prayed through this and are prepared to commit yourself to this process.
Once you have enrolled, you will be held accountable to completing your weekly assignments. If you fail to continue participation or decide that you are no longer interested, you will be disenrolled until such time that you are prepared to fully commit.