GFA School of Discipleship is a year of radical growth for young adults to die to themselves for more of Christ in their lives.
This blog is designed to give you a closer look to what the program looks like. Hear what graduates are saying about the program, look at the various events the students engage in, and learn what makes the program unique.
When the ad for School of Discipleship says, “die to yourself for a year," they sincerely mean that. Upon arriving here, the concept was presented to my intellect and I perceived that I understood the practice…goodness, was I wrong! Knowing a concept or ideology and...read more
In a few weeks our students will graduate from School of Discipleship. They chose to die to themselves for a year to pursue the Lord more, and in many ways, they were stretched and challenged. Each student has brought joy to the community here. We are sad to say...read more
2018 is here! People are making goals and changes for the year that may or may not last beyond the month of January. (I mean who can really give up sugar and chips for life?) It is the start of a new year, a fresh start and a new beginning. What are some of your...read more
Have you ever had this experience? Your friend asks you: “Would you like to go with me to share the Gospel this weekend?” You feel the churning in your stomach. The queasiness begins to set in, and you try to think of a good excuse why you can’t. Sharing your faith...read more
I recently attended a denominational church conference with a staff member. The theme for the conference was praying for an open door for the gospel. This is based out of Colossians chapter four verses two to four. The leader of this denomination in his keynote...read more
I heard a knock that I didn't like the sound of. The entity knocking was persistent and very pointed on certain matters. However, you can't ignore a knock like that forever, and when you answer, be prepared for change. I'm talking about conviction; particularly the...read more