Our Mentored Sonship discipleship program takes the same intensive 16-session, "inductive heart study" that we use with our own missionaries and makes it available to those who serve and lead missional communities and ministries here in the U.S. The course is designed to help you see your own need for Christ more deeply, experience God's love for you in transformative ways, and then be able to move intentionally into others lives with love and grace. Personal application of the gospel always confronts present life issues, changing circumstances and challenges in ministry to move you toward God's grace.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Participants are matched up with a World Harvest staff mentor. Every two weeks or so, you work through a lesson from the Sonship course, listening to teaching and then spending time to complete homework questions and assignments. When your homework has been submitted to your mentor, you then spend an hour with them via video conference (or phone) helping you learn to live out of the power of the gospel in your daily lives.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
Generally it takes 9-12 months to complete the course, depending on individual schedules.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Mentoring sessions are competitively priced with standard coaching and counseling rates. The course costs $960.00 or $120/month via EFT (same rates apply both for a couple or for a single.)
You also will need to purchase the following materials from our publisher New Growth Press:
- Sonship Manual (two for couples)
- Set of CDs or mp3s
What People are Saying
"Sonship has led me to experience God drawing me deeper into my relationship with Him and removing the "veil" I felt separating me from intimacy with Him. I see that he wants to be my loving Abba Father. Through this growing realization I am "moving out" in discipling my children and some of my friends."A pastor's wife, Arkansas
"In my own life there has been no seminar, conference, book or teaching aid which has given me as profound an understanding and experience of the implications of the gospel as Sonship."Scotty Smith, author of Everyday Prayers,
founding pastor of Christ Community Church, Franklin, TN