New Hope’s Discipleship Path is our strategy for how we "Help People Find and Follow Jesus". No matter where you are in your spiritual journey there is a place for you on the Path. To get started see the descriptions below for each part of the Discipleship Path and click on the Button to get started.  Or if you just want to learn more in general just click on the graphic above and send us an email.  We will follow up  with you personally!   

 

 

FIRST STEP: This is a 4-week class where you learn about the history and core beliefs of New Hope and learn how to get involved in the church. To sign-up, please click on the red First Step text. 

 

EXPLORE: This is a 2-week class for anyone who has probing questions and nagging doubts about God, the Bible, and what it means to live as a follower of Jesus. To sign-up, please click on the red Explore text. 

 

SMALL GROUPS: Small Groups are where people build friendships, care for one another, and learn the Bible together. To learn more about all the available small groups and to get involved please click on the red Small Groups text. 

 

SERVING TEAMS: One important way we grow in our faith is by serving others on a team. There are several active ministry teams at New Hope to help you find a great fit for you. Just click on Serving Teams to learn more. 

 

FOUR CHAIR: This is a 4-week class where you learn what it looks like to live as a follower of Jesus, do some personal evaluation, and learn how to take your next steps. To sign-up, please click on the red Four Chair text.  

 

DANGEROUS DISCIPLESHIP: This is a 6-week intensive class to become equipped to disciple another person, whether a spouse, child, friend, or neighbor. To sign-up, please click on the red Dangerous Discipleship text.  

 

OUTREACH: New Hope is passionate about blessing the communities throughout Dallas County. Click on the red Outreach text to learn about our next outreach events. 

When Jesus said, Follow Me (Matt. 4:19; 9:9). Jesus did not mean that disciples should just physically follow Him on the road. Rather, this is a call to be set apart, challenged, and taught so we see and adhere to the call and mission Christ gives us to make disciples of all nations (Matt. 28:19-20). The word "disciple" literally means someone who pledges to be a “learner.” Less like a classroom student and more like an apprentice, it is someone who follows another's teaching as a way of life, and adheres to it, wanting to be just like the Master. It is a commitment and a process. As a disciple of Jesus Christ, it involves investing all that we are, and all that we have, in the most profound life adventure of all time.  A disciple yearns to imitate Jesus!  It is our most sincere prayer that we will Explore, Establish, Equip and Engage as we find and follow Jesus together.