Discipleship Pathway

We encourage each disciple to draw upon reflective self-assessment to discern what areas of spiritual maturity and holiness God is calling us to explore next. The following are resources that may find helpful to do this.
To become a mature disciple of Jesus Christ, we should be doing five things.
Attend Worship: Worship is a form of this love. When we are connected to God in a loving relationship, God takes over our hearts, and we grow in our love for God and for others.
Fellowship with other believers: We cannot become disciples on our own!  We need each other!  If you are struggling to connect with other Christians at church, we have multiple opportunities to offer. 
Participate in a Grow Group: We grow through healthy, holy habits. We grow through activities we do to deepen our faith in God. Some we do on our own, and there are some we do together. We need to be connected to others and activities that keep us growing spiritually.
Serve others: We grow through healthy, holy habits. We grow through activities we do to deepen our faith in God. Some we do on our own, and there are some we do together. We need to be connected to others and activities that keep us growing spiritually.
Commit to a Life Group: Life Group or Accountability Group is a smaller group of committed people (4-8) who meet regularly (at least once a month) and gather for the primary purpose of discussing openly and honestly their personal faith journeys. The format of the group can vary, but the bulk of the time is spent discussing some form of the key question, “How is it with your soul?” (“How is your walk with Jesus?,” “How are you doing spiritually?,” etc.).
We can’t change what we don’t measure. Discipleship is a lifelong process of becoming who God has called us to be. Throughout life we enter into different stages with varying struggles, trials, and temptations. It’s easy to focus on those things. But, discipleship isn’t just about what we’re going through. It’s about establishing spiritual disciplines in our life. That’s where our spiritual health assessment comes in.

SPIRITUAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT LINK

Disciple Labs developed the assessment after tons of research and conversations with pastors across denominations.
The result is a forty question survey broken down into eight categories: Bible application, character, evangelism, fellowship, giving, prayer, serving, and worship. These eight areas of spiritual health are true across all denominations. A mature disciple of Christ must establish and grow in each characteristic.
You can complete the survey in about five minutes and will instantly see how you’re doing holistically and see a break down of what areas you need to improve in.