The 20s generation represents a window into the future of our nation, and of the gospel’s movement into the nations. Today, one-third of Americans under 30 consider themselves “non-religious.” It is our passion that these 20s and their friends would successfully become fruitful lifetime laborers who love Christ.
Navigators 20s aims to keep you engaged in the Great Commission with the peers God has given you—where you live, work, and play. Follow Christ and walk with Him with all our hearts. Honor Christ in our workplaces, jobs, and professions. Live the mission – discipling among those without Christ, especially our peers. Team with each other as Christ-followers of like heart and purpose.
In light of this, there are 5 keys areas Navigators (disciple-makers/laborers) are on a journey toward…
Walking With God. Navigators know, love, and are becoming like Jesus. They know how to be nourished through the Word, prayer, and the promises of God. Navigators have a real relationship with Jesus
Engaging in Community. Navigators love people deeply, help people flourish, and have relational intelligence. They cultivate communities that are missionally engaged and serving in the Body of Christ. They also have meaningful relationships with believers, having a life-on-life, person-to-person spiritual dialog with some degree of intentionality. They advance the Kingdom of God through intentional relationships and genuine friendships among people at various stages in their faith journeys.
Knowing and Living From the Scriptures. Navigators open, know, and apply the Word of God as truth and find it sufficient for all of life. There is a first hand involvement with the Scriptures with some degree of self-discovery.
Living Among the Lost. Navigators are competently and fruitfully advancing the gospel. They embrace people right where they are. They have meaningful relationships with non-believers, having a life-on-life, person-to-person spiritual dialog with some degree of intentionality.
Reproducing Spiritual Generations. Navigators intention, mindset, and lifestyle help people help others right where they are—life-to-life—cultivating a spiritual parenting mindset, “To Know Christ and to Make Him Known, and help others do the same”