Discipleship

Welcome to St. Joseph's new discipleship landing page. Whether you have started reading our Christmas book and/or simply feel a desire to explore the topic of discipleship, this is the place for you! We are excited that you are hearing God's call to a deeper experience of your faith through the journey of discipleship and desire to walk with you. 

We invite you to use our short RSVP form below to let us know that you will be joining us for our first Discipleship Encounter Event on February 10th. You can read more about that below.

On this page, you will also find continually updated content including information on how to grow in prayer, how to return to confession after a long period of time, and other topics of discipleship.


RSVP For Discipleship Event Here

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About Discipleship Event

Our first discipleship event will be Sunday, February 10th after the 11:00 am Mass. We will meet in the Education Center for a free lunch. Please RSVP above if you will be attending the lunch. At 1:00 pm, we will move to the Church for our Encounter Prayer Service (no RSVP needed for this portion of the event). The service will include an inspiring talk, Eucharistic Adoration, and prayer ministry. Please contact Andrew McGown (andrewm at stjoegold.org) if you have any questions. We hope to see you there!

Please Note: We have moved the location of lunch to the Education Center.


Discipleship Resources

Video from Dr. Edward Sri

Listen to Dr. Sri speak from his book (the one we handed out at Christmas) “Into His Likeness: Be Transformed as a Disciple of Christ” at the FOCUS SLS18 Conference in Chicago. This is a great way to remind yourself about the book if you’ve already read it, or dive deeper if you’re still in the process of reading it.

Video series from Father Mark Troups

Start deepening your experience of prayer today with these short videos that teach the ancient practice of Lectio Divina (praying with Scripture).

Reconciliation

Jesus' invitation in our life is to "repent and believe" (Mark 1:15). If you are feeling drawn to the sacrament of reconciliation and aren't sure how to participate or feel nervous - click below for an extremely helpful resources with videos and answers to questions that will help you return to this beautiful sacrament.