Jesus had relationally connected spiritual conversations with people who were outside (and rejected by) the religious community all the time. He didn’t use religious language with them, and He invited them to come close to the Kingdom of God. Every seeker of spiritual truth is actually longing for the person of Jesus. Set some time apart to join this training and practice sharing who He is with spiritual people who are not religious.
Gen Z is the first generation that is coming of age in a post-covid world. As a generation raised in constant crisis and with a full digital presence, they are truly a new wine dealing with the old wineskin of the traditional church. Learning about their worldview, existing convictions, and perspective on faith can help you better understand how to come alongside them and support the callings on their lives.
Everyday we have scripted conversations as we walk along our road. “Hi, how are you?” “What do you do?” “How was your weekend?” “Are you married?” “Do You have kids?” What if different answers to the same daily questions could open up spiritual conversations with strangers and friends alike – as they start asking YOU about Jesus? Sign up today to learn simple ways to transform the conversations you will have every day!
The last instructions Jesus gave his followers was the evangelistic commission to “go and make disciples of all the nations.” Evangelism and disciple-making have always been inextricably linked. In this interactive training, you will learn simple and reproducible ways of making disciples, as well as how to live on mission and find spiritually interested people right where you’re already at.
A parent’s (biological and spiritual) prayers are a part of our spiritual inheritance and are the undergirding for the next generation’s salvation and strength in Christ. You are invited to partner with our Heavenly Father to pray for our children; asking for His protection and His blessing to propel them into their God-given destinies and His will for their lives. Prayerful and prophetic journaling using the “Ask, Seek, Knock” Method for our children, spouses, family, and friends is such a powerful place to start.
Join Joshua Johnson to learn how utilizing APEST (5-fold typology found in Ephesians 4 of Apostle, Prophet, Evangelist, Shepherd, and Teacher) can impact your ministry and organization. We see APEST as an interpretive key to unlock potential and purposes in disciples, leaders, and organizations. APEST is the key to helping grow in maturity in Christ as a community of believers.