ALAN HIRSCH

Southview's Discipleship Pathway

Our mission here at Southview is “to lead as many as possible to passionately follow Jesus.”

The local church is the primary place that God intends to make and form disciples. We desire to see the Kingdom of God bringing transformation, renewal and life to our lives and our world.

So as we look to these coming years and our mission as a church, we know we need to come together more than ever in our journey of following Jesus and learn from each other on how to grow as disciples who make disciples.

With that – we are over the coming years going to be intentionally creating environments to help us move deeper in Christ and grow our skills in leading others to passionately follow Jesus. This isn’t just another program for us to attend, it is a way of life.

God is not interested in creating an audience; he wants participants. Here at Southview, we desire to create a culture of discipleship, and so we are calling on everybody to participate. We want to get all our people (kids, youth, adults, seniors) involved in the mission of building up the body of Christ.

This is about legacy… and it starts with you and me.

Looking Ahead

As we map out what the next couple years will look like for discipleship at Southview, we encourage you to review this Powerpoint presentation from Sam Seifert. This is our runway as we forge ahead.

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Events

September 15 & 22: “The Big God Story”

The local church is the primary place that God intends to make and form disciples. We desire to see the Kingdom of God bringing transformation, renewal of life to our lives and our world. So, as we look to these coming years and our mission as church we know we need to come together more than ever in our journey of following Jesus and learn from each other on how to grow as disciples who make disciples. Over the coming years we are intentionally creating environments to help us move deeper in Christ and grow our skills in leading other to passionately follow Jesus.

Join us for this two day free, evening event for all ages (kids, youth, adults, seniors), where we’ll get to know and understand the Bible as one epic story and our part in it.

Resources

In preparation for this event, we recommend the following resources for extra reading:
 
God’s Big Picture: Tracing the Storyline of the Bible by Vaughan Roberts
The Jesus Storybook Bible: Every Story Whispers His Name by Sally Lloyd-Jones