If a personal relationship with God is enough to catalyze Jesus-followers to change the world...
...why do so many remain on the sidelines of their faith? Why aren't more Christians investing in the lives of others, attending church, giving sacrificially, and serving regularly?
Maybe it’s because more than 75 percent of Americans have a distorted view of God's character, and it’s undermining their ability to follow and rely upon him—to be the disciples Jesus calls them to be.
Fortunately, there’s an effective way to change this view. Jesus modeled it through a process that’s so familiar it’s often dismissed.
That model is friendship.
Jesus deliberately calls his disciples friends rather than servants. Following his model, Friends of God: A Discipleship Experience helps participants:
• Move from simply knowing facts about God to growing in a close relationship with Jesus
• See Jesus in action in everyday life through intriguing experiences designed to reveal his heart
• Follow a natural bonding process to deepen their friendship with Jesus and one another
• Launch into their daily mission fields through intriguing, doable adventures in discipleship