Taking steps to become more like jesus
The fifth step along the discipleship pathway is MULTIPLY. We are committed to equip you to become a disciple maker, just like Jesus. Disciple makers intentionally invest in one or more people; spending time studying the Bible, growing in Christ like character and modeling a faith that is integrated into everyday life.
Author Bill Hull put it this way, “Disciplemaking is educating and training God’s people for kingdom living through a directed course of bible study and on incarnational demonstration of His truth in the context of intentional relationships.”
“All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” –Jesus, Matthew 28:18-20
What people are saying . . .
Jessica says . . .
“Trinity Street Church creates an environment that is easy to invite people who wouldn’t normally go to church. Before this, many of us didn’t event know our neighbor’s names. Now we are building relationships, praying for them and seeing our new friends come to Bible studies.”
Patrick says . . .
“I have seen non-believers lean in an dip their toes in the water by attending. The water seems just right so they come back again and again.”
Rebecca says . . .
“Trinity Street Church reminds me we are here to serve our community and to preach the gospel to our neighbors. We’ve literally brought the church to the street.”
Rev. Mike Kenyon
Mike has a passion to help disciples of Jesus integrate the truth of God’s Word into their everyday lives. He enjoys equipping people of all ages and cultural backgrounds, to experience a vibrant relationship with Jesus (grounded in prayer) and to help individuals share the good news of the gospel in whatever setting God calls them. Having grown up in poverty, Mike has a heart to empower people to understand the spiritual and physical needs of the poor; and thereby respond in Christian love and service. Mike received his MDiv at Rockbridge Theological Seminary (having completed much of his course work at Fuller Theological Seminary). He enjoys playing basketball, tennis, singing in choral groups and filmmaking. Mike and his wife Allison have two children; Austin and Kylie.