12 Ways to JourneyOn in the New Year

  1. Read the Bible daily utilizing the JourneyOn Today Bible Reading Plan. (A JourneyOn Today app is available on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Kindle.)
  2. Join and participate in an On- or Off-Campus LIFE Group, Focus Study, or Connection Group.
  3. Experience e-learning by downloading a study guide and viewing an Immersion Conference online.
  4. Volunteer to serve as a Buddy or leader in the Special Needs Ministry. Opportunities are available on Sundays, Wednesdays, and at ongoing events such as Recess.
  5. Engage a friend at a new level by becoming their “Spiritual Friend.” Meet with them regularly to talk about what God is doing in each of your lives and encourage each other to move forward toward a Christ-centered life.
  6. Train to become a Mentor or Coach and walk alongside someone on their journey toward Christlikeness.
  7. Gain KASH (knowledge, attitudes, skills, and habits) by studying and practicing the spiritual disciplines. Venture In and Venture Up Travelogues are a great resource for the journey.
  8. Discover your unique spiritual DNA by participating in a PLACE workshop or by taking a Spiritual Pathway assessment.
  9. Make the home the Center of Godly Influence in your family by reading the Bible together, praying at mealtimes, and engaging in intentional conversations that lead family members to a life that rests on the foundation of Christ. Read 13 Tips for Celebrating Christ this Christmas...
  10. Practice spiritual leadership by volunteering to lead a Preschool, Children, Student, or Adult LIFE Group, serving as an Adult Group Transformational LIFE Leader, serving in Marketplace, or demonstrating the love of God to a preschooler by serving in an extended session.
  11. Read a Christian Classic such as The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan, Mere Christianity or The Screwtape Letters by C. S. Lewis, or The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
  12. Spend some reflective quiet time considering where you are on your journey toward Christlikeness and develop a list of intentional next steps to help you become more like Jesus.