To be a disciple means spending time with Jesus and growing more like Him. As you develop a genuine, alive relationship with Jesus, you naturally become more like Him and less like your old self. 

Making disciples is every believer's job. This process involves helping people cross the line of faith for the first time AND helping other Jesus-followers be disciples. 

Everything about our programs is designed to help people be with and like Jesus as they help others do the same. 


We Value...
  1. PRAYER as the starting point for all forms of learning and teaching. We can plant and water, but God causes the growth. (John 15:5, 1 Cor 3:6-7)
  2. SCRIPTURE as the framework, guide, or source for all instructional content. (2 Timothy 3:16-17, Psalm 1:2-3)
  3. LEARNING that requires student engagement; learning is a skill that must be cultivated. (James 1:22-25)
  4. MENTORSHIP. Individual sharpening relationships are crucial for spiritual growth. We gather wisdom from Christ-like, gracious, Bible-grounded believers through teachers, books, sermons, and personal relationships so we can in turn mentor others. (Prov 27:17)
  5. TRUST. We seek to build a safe environment in order to encourage vulnerability and honesty. Trust between teachers and students encourages growth. (Prov 11:13)
  6. COMMUNITY as the soil in which growth occurs. Honesty and love between believers with a common goal nourishes the learning process. (Heb 10:24-25)
  7. SHARING. Giving of our knowledge, experiences, gifts, time, resources, and story is the fruit of true learning. (Acts 2:42-47)
  8. ACCOUNTABILITY to authority is a biblical system that helps us break through walls in our lives. We obey God’s word, submit to instruction, embrace discipline, and ask for help when we need it. (James 4:7, Heb 13:17)
  9. HUMILITY. We acknowledge Christ as the source of all we do, and we recognize that His grace (not our own strength or skill) is what causes us to grow. We admit mistakes, learn from failure, embrace limitation, and rest regularly. (Zech 4:6, 2 Cor 12:9)
  10. TRANSFORMATION. “Christian” isn’t a label or a list of to-dos. We allow our relationship with Jesus to permeate and change every part of our lives by following the Holy Spirit’s lead. (Gal 5:25, 1 John 2:6)