Follower Workshops


Aug 10 | 6:00 pm
Aug 17 | 6:00 pm
Aug 24 | 6:00 pm
Aug 31 | 6:00 pm
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August 10, 17, 24, 31 | 6:00 – 7:30 PM

Two workshops are coming this August. Workshops are creative learning environments where you will meet new people and learn through hands-on experiences. Each workshop highlights one of Mountaintop’s Seven Marks of a Follower and is designed to equip you to follow Jesus in your everyday life.

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Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts

Our gifts, habits, and disciplines shape who we are becoming; in this workshop, you’ll discover how God has uniquely wired you and how your gifts inform your purpose and relationships. Plus, we’ll explore the concept of spiritual growth through the development of habits and disciplines of the seven marks of a follower.

Ben Cathey, Executive Pastor
Glyn Denton, Next Steps Pastor 

Engaging Scripture

Come engage scripture with us. Gain confidence in your ability to read, understand and apply the Bible to your own spiritual journey. Learn how to look to Scripture and equip yourself for the challenges of life. Leave with tools that you can use over and over again.

David Campbell and Michael Johnson
Two of Mountaintop’s elders 

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Seven Marks of a Disciple

    Loves Radically

The self-sacrificing love of Jesus transforms our lives to display the fruit of the Spirit and actively seeks ways to love God and our neighbors.

    Worships Passionately

A life of personal worship inspires us to glorify God in all we do as we participate in corporate worship and praise of our worthy God.

    Engages Scripture

A disciple pursues Biblical holiness through personal Bible study and small groups to seek a lifestyle surrendered to the authority of Scripture.

   Prays Fervently

An active and ongoing prayer life is vital to an intimate relationship with God.

    Serves Joyfully

We have all been uniquely created and find our purpose in God’s Kingdom by using our gifts inside the church and by serving in the community.

    Gives Generously

Tithing (10%) to the local church is a target for practicing financial generosity, moves us toward greater charity, and flows from God’s generosity toward us.

  Makes Disciples

As transformed people of God, we invite people into a relationship to follow Jesus and equip believers to follow Him more deeply through personal relationships.