The Journey: Discipleship/Confirmation

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As you begin to plan for the fall season, we would like to suggest a resource that can assist you in the lifelong journey of faith.

D/C JOURNEY (Discipleship/Confirmation) is a resource designed for youth discipleship inviting students into a relationship with Christ, encouraging participants to begin, or intentionally continue, a life-long journey as a disciple or learner of Jesus Christ. Discipleship/Confirmation experiences each hold an important place in the faith development of adolescents. We encourage students to explore God’s Word, the history of faith and discover the importance of living a Christian life. Within the material there are opportunities not only for an exposure to the Word but also to come face to face with the call of Jesus to enter into a personal relationship with Christ.

The focus of D/C Journey is twofold. First, students have an opportunity to learn of the church’s history, truths of the Christian faith and the stories of the Bible. Second, students develop discipling relationships with pastors, mentors and others on the faith journey. At whatever point students are in their faith journey, this balance of learning, wrestling with issues of faith and relationships is critical to the impact of the discipleship process in the lives of students. Not only do they learn what the Bible says through discipleship they learn to articulate and live out what they believe about the Bible’s message and how biblical faith translates into living as a Christ follower.

 

To learn more about The Journey material, click here. In addition to the brochure, there are more details of D/C Experience in the Student Journal, and other curriculum resources such as tips for getting started, celebration Sunday, Next steps, the audio book and so much more.

 

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