Love God

In Matthew 22:36-39, when Jesus was asked what is the greatest commandment, he responded by quoting the Old Testament, saying "You shall love the Lord your God...".  This summer, we will grow in "abiding" in Jesus and making Him our first love.

Love Others

Closely tied to loving God is the command to love our neighbor (Matthew 22:39).  We will grow this summer in loving the people God has placed around us in our families, work-places, neighborhoods, and in the nations.

Make Disciples

Learn to talk about your faith in relevant ways, lead discovery Bible studies, and grow/plant new Christian communities all while learning to train others to do likewise.  Practical, simple, and reproducing tools will help us grow in our ability to both be and help build laborers and leaders for the Kingdom of God this summer.

Training to live on mission for a lifetime

In partnership with the No Place Left Network of San Antonio, we will be training in the principles that Jesus modeled and the early Church followed to change the world.  These principles are being used in Disciple Making Movements (DMM's) around the world today, and these movements now include over 1% of the world’s population. At least 77 million disciples in 4.8 million churches.  Click here to read more:

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Healthy Spiritual Community

We will study and practice being the Church of God, as we work alongside existing churches in San Antonio and help to start new churches in this city.

Multiply Leaders

Jesus commanded His followers to Go and make disciples.  This summer, we will study, learn and practice how Jesus can multiply disciples and leaders for His Kingdom from ordinary men and women who will serve others and put Jesus interests first. 


Transformation starts in us.  This summer, Jesus wants to permanently change the way you see yourself as His child, and the way you see others.  The cumulative effect of this summer is to reshape our identity to be more fully made in the image of Christ.