Discipleship

As we grow together in our discipleship goals, we want every member and attender of Richland Creek to be in a discipleship relationship with a mature believer who can help teach them to grow in our goal areas and become a disciple who makes disciples.

We have men and women who would LOVE to connect with you and talk more about growing in these goal areas. These people have been trained through our Women Equipping Women (WEW) and Men Equipping Men (MEM) ministries.

About MEM and WEW

Through these ministries, men and women are taught fundamental disciplines of spiritual growth and disciple-making. We focus on the eight goal areas that every Christian should be engaged in if they are truly submitted to the lordship of Jesus Christ along with additional subjects that are vital to our Christian growth.

We seek to learn why God commands us to obey Him in these areas and how to do them. Disciples are made through these ministries as participants partner together to engage in committed accountability for the purpose of spiritual growth. This growth is born out of a longing to offer back to God what He so sacrificially gave to us – love. Increasing love for God should produce a growing desire for both personal growth and raising up other disciples.

We have men and women who would LOVE to connect with you and talk more about growing in these goal areas. These people have been trained through our Women Equipping Women (WEW) and Men Equipping Men (MEM) ministries. You can connect directly with them by filling out one of the forms below and someone will contact you to talk more about discipleship.

Grow as a Man of God
Grow as a Man of God

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Grow as a Woman of God
Grow as a Woman of God

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Walk with us in a 12-week series through our eight discipleship goals. Bring friends as we learn how to grow and influence our family, Life Group, and community with the King's Mission.

Sunday, February 28, 9 am | Modulars: C1 (women) C3 (men)

Every One A Witness is a churchwide, prayer-driven effort to train members to be more focused and intentional in personally sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are using the Easter season, and the openness it provides to inviting people to church, as a platform to learn how to share the Gospel, watch others share the Gospel, and then do it ourselves.

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