What is Faithwalking 301? Faithwalking 301 is designed to give you an understanding of what missional life means and provides a safe space to explore what missional living could look like for you. It will also give you tools to continue in your journey of personal transformation as you pursue more deeply joining God on mission in the world.
What do we mean by the word “missional”? God has a mission and being missional is joining God on His ongoing mission in the world. Mission is the result of God’s initiative, rooted in God’s purpose to restore & heal creation. Mission is faith in action. Being Missional is a way of life. It is the way of Jesus. It is a life that reflects the heart of God. We are called & sent to create foretastes of God’s kingdom here on earth.
What is the schedule of a 301 retreat? The retreat schedule is: Friday from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., and there is no overnight stay for this retreat.
What is the rhythm of a 301 retreat? The rhythm of a 301 retreat is much like other Faithwalking retreats; there will be presentation times, there will be small group discussion, and there will be time for solitude and reflection.
What if I’m unsure about what it means to be a catalyst in a missional community? That is ok, as the 301 retreat is an introduction to the concept of what missional life is and what it looks like to be a catalyst. It is an excellent space to explore, learn and to determine what your next step might be, alongside others who are in the same journey.
Who can attend a 301 Retreat? There is no longer a prerequisite for attending the 301 Retreat. All that we ask is that you come open to hear what God is calling you to.