AN exciting project to explore the possibility of developing a digital discipleship resource was launched at Summer Madness youth camp on the Sunshine Coast in January.
The project, called GrowFaith, is in the research phase.
The resource is an integral part of enacting the Together on the way, enriching community (see http://ucaqld.com.au/about-us/about-the-uniting-church-in-queensland/together-on-the-way-enriching-community) recommendations to the 29th Synod of the Uniting Church in Queensland.
This will be a central part of the Uniting Church in Queensland’s Priority Direction D (facilitation renewal of leadership for the mission of the Church) and is directly linked with the 2020 Vision statement to be “forming active and accountable disciples of Jesus”.
Initially, the resource will target youth and young adults, with the aim of developing to all ages in future stages.
The vision is to see every part of the church growing in their walk with Christ, encouraging each other on the journey, serving in their diverse areas, and sharing their faith with the world.
An online survey has been designed to evaluate what the needs and gaps are in current discipleship resources.
To fill out the survey or for more information visit http://growfaith.ready2air.info/
Photo : Jared Hayward and Jo Scarlet log on to the GrowFaith online survey. Photo by Josie Nottle