What’s Your One?

This year, we have challenged every member of National Heights to prayerfully seek to make at least one more step in their journey with Christ. Join us in the challenge! Maybe there is a ministry you have been praying about joining to serve; maybe there is someone God has laid on your heart to share the gospel; maybe there is a new step of discipleship you have been meaning to take, but haven’t found the right time. The right time is now!

Maybe your “One” is to begin your journey with Christ. We would love to share with you how you can know Jesus as your Savior and Lord! A great place to start is on our Next Steps page: Follow Jesus.

Each week, we will add new possibilities for your “One.” Several of these were suggested through an article by Diana Davis shared on Lifeway.com – thanks to Lifeway for providing great resources for evangelism and discipleship! We hope you will join us in answering the question, “What’s Your One?”

Possibilities for Your “One”

  1. Use the invitation cards provided in the auditorium foyer to invite friends and neighbors to join you in worshiping at National Heights. Leave a stack on your desk at work, on your dining room table, or anywhere friends and family might gather.
  2. Be a HOST. Find out how you can lead one of our small group Bible studies at our Life Group Resources page.
  3. Make God’s word a priority in your life:
    1. Make prayer a priority in your life.
    2. Start a strategic plan to memorize scripture (try the Bible Memory App).
    3. Make church a priority (you need the church and the church needs you).
  4. The next time you visit a fast food restaurant, give your server a generous tip and invite them to your church.
  5. Try a new method of Bible study. Some suggestions (from Rick Warren’s Twelve Dynamic Bible Study Methods):
    1. Devotional Method: Read a passage of scripture and reflect upon it until you discover a way to personally apply it to your life.
    2. Biographical Method: Study the life of an individual in the Bible, searching for why their life was a spiritual success or failure.
    3. Topical Method: Research a single topic (like prayer or joy) in one book of the Bible, or in the Old Testament or in the New Testament, or through the entire Bible.
    4. Verse by Verse: Study a passage focusing on the meaning and application of each verse.