Equipping people to be who God made them to be.

Ephesians 4:11-12
So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up…

 Our first priority as believers is to cultivate a genuine love for God. We must never confuse doing stuff for relationship with Jesus. We want every believer at The Highlands to passionately pursue continual spiritual growth. 
Discipleship happens in different ways in different environments. Regular weekend worship refreshes a believer through corporate worship and a prophetic message for the body, yet it lacks relational depth. A Life Group provides relational connection, on-going encouragement, and a place to practice ministry, yet it may not provide basic theological concepts. Classes give believers a solid foundation and a place to learn new concepts, yet they are not meant to be an on-going place of care and nurture. What’s the answer for discipleship? Are we suggesting that a believer needs to do everything? No. We do believe that as you pursue spiritual growth, you should have a holistic mindset: are you pursuing discipleship through a corporate gathering? Do you have a relational community for support and encouragement? Are you growing in your understanding of God’s character and the theology of Christianity?
We pursue holistic discipleship in three ways: Partnership (an understanding of body life here at The Highlands Christian Fellowship), Life Groups (our main relational environment), and Discipleship University (systematic classes that provide theology for spirituality and maturity).
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