Introduction

Participate in and promote authentic, Christ-centered, confessional community

At a Glance

Sign Up

Get access to Spiritual Fitness Checks, track your progress through the modules when you sign up for an account!

Decide How You'll Train

  • with a group
  • with running partners
  • not yet with a group

Check Your Spiritual Fitness

Take a baseline Spiritual Fitness Check to find your starting point for the Relationally Engaged module.

Track Your Training Progress

Track your training progress through the Relationally Engaged module to see how far you’ve come.

  Spiritual Fitness Check

Training is aimless without clear goals. Spiritual Fitness checks make sure you’re training effectively and progressing toward your goals.

Signs You're Living It Out

  • Can identify and name a close circle of friends who are collectively seeking and serving Christ together
  • Is committed to a local church and is relationally engaged in and through that church
  • Consistently moves past ethnic barriers, socio-economic barriers, and personal affinity preferences to maintain, promote, and engage unity in the body of Christ
  • Enjoys and engages unity with fellow Christ-followers in the church at large despite peripheral doctrinal differences

Spiritual Fitness Check

Sign Up for a free account to take a baseline Spiritual Fitness Check to find your starting point for the Relate to God module.

 Core Training

These resources are designed to accelerate your growth in this module. Track your progress by checking off resources as you go.

Study

Bible Study

This Bible study gives a holistic look through Scripture at the Relationally Engaged module. Engage thought provoking questions for individual reflection and then discuss them in your Community Group or Spiritual Running... Read More

Read

Relationally Engaged

Let’s state the obvious. It may not be necessary, but assumptions are dangerous. Let’s not assume we get something. Put simply… To love people we must be in relationship with people. Yes, this is self-evident. Yes,... Read More

Apply

Relationally Engaged

We’re tired of plastic religiosity. We are after the real thing and if the real thing is genuinely available we’ll drink deeply. This morph me exercise is a soul-satisfying experience if you want more of the real thing.... Read More

Extras

These resources are designed to accelerate your growth in this module.
by Eric Bryant
We build walls around our own hearts in attempts to avoid conflict & pain, yet those very walls separate us from the relationships we need.
by Will Miller
Could a simple test involving your refrigerator reveal why Americans have so many problems with depression, loneliness, and marital discord? To Dr. Will Miller and Dr. Glenn Sparks, the answer is "absolutely yes!" In fact, they argue, our constant mobility and our growing addictions to media of all types... Read More

Romans 12:9-12 Love must be sincere. Hate what...

Romans 12:13-16 Share with the Lord’s people...

Read Passages

by Gateway Church
Consider going on a Road Trip, a Retreat, or some kind of Serving Trip with your Community Group or Spiritual Running Partners. Spending extended time together as a group can really accelerate your relational connection with other individuals and with the group as a whole. Plan something for a couple... Read More
by John Burke
We have a foundational need for relationships, yet those relationships often feel like crazy rollercoasters. Which ride are you on? How can you get off the crazy ride and on to the path to a wholesome, healthy relationship?
by John Burke
We have a foundational need for relationships, yet those relationships often feel like crazy rollercoasters. Which ride are you on? How can you get off the crazy ride and on to the path to a wholesome, healthy relationship?
by Eric Bryant
We have a foundational need for relationships, yet those relationships often feel like crazy rollercoasters. Which ride are you on? How can you get off the crazy ride and on to the path to a wholesome, healthy relationship?
by John Burke
We have a foundational need for relationships, yet those relationships often feel like crazy rollercoasters. Which ride are you on? How can you get off the crazy ride and on to the path to a wholesome, healthy relationship?