Discipling among Young Professionals in the DFW

20sMy wife and I are entering a new season in our mission work.  While we still remain faithful to the mission work at UNT, we are also launching the Nav20s among young professionals like Mike and Nick in the DFW!  Marissa and I have been praying for the door to open to launch this new and exciting mission work for quite awhile, so we’re very excited!

In collegiate missions, it has been my passion (and it’s a passion of the Navigators) for no Nav college graduate to say “The Navigators was a ‘thing’ I did back in college.”  Because of the beautiful vision of the Navigators, we are discipling life-long laborers who live with Christ as the center of their lives, having quiet times with Jesus, sharing their faith, and living among community in healthy church families.  We are called to make life-long disciples, so we equip students with ways to continue this wonderful walk with the Lord even after graduation. And now as we launch the Nav20s in the DFW, there will be one more way for Nav grads across the South Central Universities who move to the DFW to continue their journey among disciple-making peers.

In our Nav20s mission work in the DFW, there are 4 pursuits:

1.  Christ – Pursue Christ and walk with Him with all our hearts.
2.  Work – Honor Christ in our workplaces, jobs and professions.
3.  Mission – Live and disciple among those without Christ – especially among our peers.
4.  Community – Team with each other as Christ-followers of like-heart and purpose.

May 3rd through the 5th, Marissa and I will be at the Nav20s Gathering at The Navigator Headquarters in Colorado Springs to prepare to launch this mission in the DFW.  Mike Robinson, a vocational member of our team, will be with us as well.  We are all super excited about this new mission and we want to invite you to meet us at a Rangers Game as a time to gather with friends and family, enjoying one another in like-mindedness about what God will do here on the mission field of the DFW.

If you have any questions about this new, exciting part of our mission work, comment below or shoot us an email.


“Now to him who is able to do immeasurably MORE than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us.” – Ephesians 3:20 (More!)

Originally posted 2014-04-28 08:00:58.

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