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At The Discipleship Center, We Believe That Following Jesus...

  • is the means to help those who are plagued by drug and alcohol addiction

  • is the means to recovering from abuse

  • and is the means of giving life real direction.​

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  • The seeds of truth
    The seeds that we plant aren't "new seeds", but the same seeds of truth that have always been planted. Man is born into sin, and is an active participant in sin and the penalty for that sin is an eternity in hell. The good news is that God loved us enough that he was willing to send his son to pay the punishment that we never fully could and that sacrifice made a way for us to be saved.
  • Planting the seeds
    There is nothing fancy about how the seeds of truth are planted. Anyone who will listen can hear the message, and whether they are ready for that message now or not, the seeds may still sprout at a later time when we aren't expecting them to.
  • Some things are out of our control
    There are things that we can't control in the process of discipleship, things like the ability to understand or the willingness to repent. These are things that we pray to God for, that he would send his Holy Spirit to open the eyes of those who are in spiritual darkness and convict them of their sin and their need for a savior.
  • Watering the seeds
    As a young sprout, new disciples will be given some basic bible teaching along with other basic life skills. We want to encourage our new disciples or students to learn about the things around them, not just facts, but learn to ask "why" and to grasp the bigger meanings of things. The end goal is that someday these new disciples will be mature enough to study on their own instead of relying on us to continually spoon feeding them.
  • Teaching young sprouts how to be self-pruners
    As new disciples grow, we want to address issues that may "stunt" their growth. These things are sins, the things that miss the mark of what God intends for our life, the things that cause us not to follow Jesus as our Lord and Savior, and it's these things that cause us so many problems and unintended consequences in our life. We want to help our disciples identify these issues and prune them so they will grow to be mature.
  • The goal is maturity
    Finally we want our disciples to become mature, or more like Jesus Christ so they can go into their world with a new life, a new way of looking at things, a new way of handling things. Our goal is to equip them with the ability and desire to function as an active member in a local church, and their community and to be an ambassador for Jesus Christ and His Kingdom, and as such look for others that they can disciple as well.


Issues from the past and present may plague our mind and distract us from following Jesus.  If we do not help resolve or compartmentalize these issue, they may dominate our thinking which puts our pain, suffering, problems, bitterness, ect. on the throne of our lives instead of Jesus.


While we do not need to be the Bible answer guys, there are things that we’ve learned in scripture and in life experience that we are able to unpack in bite size sessions.  We don't need to be a private preacher for individuals or small groups because we aren't a replacement for the Church, but rather just a small part of the Church.

Life Coaching

Our goal is to motivate people to motivate themselves.  As a life coach we want to draw out of you the things that you truly value and want to focus on in your life but at the same time gently nudging you towards a closer walk with Christ.


The life we live, the conversations we have, the consistency in our service is one that strives to be exemplary of how a follower of Christ should live, not only on Sunday, but in the Monday through Saturday world. 

1st Corinthians 11:1 Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ.

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