DiscipleUHealthy, living things grow. It is a common reality in nature, and it is a reality in the Bible. Coming to a saving faith in Christ is described in the Bible as new birth and new life (John 3 is one example). If you are alive in Christ and are spiritually healthy, you should be marked by growth: growth in maturity, growth in knowledge of God, growth in affections for God, growth in love of neighbor, growth in charity, growth in service. Growth is not only natural, in God’s family, it’s expected. The writer of the book of Hebrews tells his audience: “For though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you again the basic principles of the oracles of God. You need milk, not solid food.” (Hebrews 5:12) Ouch! How would you feel if God’s word called you out as being in the spiritual nursery? Unfortunately, more of us may be in that situation than we would think. “By this time you ought…” How long do you think “this time” is? A week? A month? A year? A decade? Truth be told, in God’s economy, there is the expectation that a disciple should always be growing. We want to be a family that is living, thriving, and GROWING. Discipleship University is an attempt to help each other grow.

SUPPORT GROUPS
Visit theheightsonline.com/support for more information about our support ministries or contact Bonnie Hudgins at 804-526-0424.

  • Celebrate Recovery*

    Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that helps us overcome our hurts, hang-ups, and habits. It is based on the words of Jesus. Celebrate Recovery meets weekly on Monday nights.
  • DivorceCare*

    If you are divorced, currently separated, or considering divorce, this class is for you. Divorce Care meets weekly on Monday nights to help you face these challenges and move forward toward rebuilding your life.

*When occurring on Monday evenings, childcare available for children up to 5th grade

 

Upcoming Classes

DU: Closer Looks: God-Sized Dreams

13 Dec 2017 - 21 Oct 2017 | 08:00 pm - 08:00 am
Over the last several weeks, you have heard a lot about our church’s vision for the next 10 years. Our Discipleship University Closer Looks series gives you an opportunity to sit down for a Q & A with a panel of our pastors about how the new vision will be implemented. Text in your
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