Take The Journey



In the midst of all of life’s activity, do you ever feel like you are just skimming the surface? Do you wonder if there is more to this life with Christ? That you have been called to something greater?


The Journey invites you to awaken to God’s good work in and through you. Imagine the significant rewards that could result if you are brave enough to walk through a process that deepens and refreshes your life with Christ with a group of curious, motivated adults.


The Journey is a meaningful walk with others that explores the biggest questions of your faith: Who is God? Who am I? What does God desire to do through me?





“By going through The Journey … it was like getting a new pair of eyeglasses and actually seeing the world for the first time. It’s a lot of studying and reading, but you come away with something truly amazing. I have learned what Jesus wants me to do with the time I have left on this planet.”

“I have become more aware of God’s desire to use me, exactly how He made me, to perform a work and
live a life that makes a difference in my world.”


It creates a spiritual community. This community is so vital for spiritual growth. It is the closest thing that I have experienced to the church in Acts.”­


“I am more self-aware — especially of the things within myself that have been keeping me from being all God created me to be — and I am learning to step out in greater confidence.


For more than 11,000 individuals from over 300 churches, The Journey has served as a catalyst to a deeper commitment to Christ and to the work of their local church. God is using it to transform lives!




The Journey group (usually 6-12 people) meets together weekly, guided by a trained facilitator who encourages accountability, safe relationships, thoughtful reflection, honest conversation, and prayer. The Journey is a commitment and the rewards can be significant.


          • Small group gatherings (two hours a week)

          • Walking together for six to eight months

          • Regular study, reflection, Bible reading, and prayer (two to four hours a week)

          • A spiritual mentoring relationship with a mature believer (twice a month)


The group will walk through three stages of learning:

  • the-journey1View STAGE 1
  • the-journey2View STAGE 2
  • the-journey3View STAGE 3



                • Stage 1: Biblical Foundations

                • Stage 2: Personal Foundations

                • Stage 3: Relational Foundations

                • The Journey at-a-Glance (PDF)



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