what we do

Loving Families. Neighbors. Cities. Nations

Train, Equip, Empower

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Our network trains, equips, and empowers people in the Jesus-patterned ways of making Christ-followers also known as disciples of Jesus. This simple, multipliable training is geared to three primary groups - explorers, ambassadors, and leaders.
Explorers are searching for an authentic relationship with God for the first time, coming back to God after a period of spiritual absence or searching for consistent spiritual footing and authentic community.  Our network comes alongside explorers to listen and learn more about their story and what questions or barriers they have to connect with God. Explorers are welcomed into our community of microchurches to find belonging and love while on their faith journey.
Ambassadors have come to know Christ through genuine faith and repentance and are filled with the Holy Spirit. They know God in an authentic way and desire training for how to live out their identity as an ambassador for Jesus and extend His love to their families, neighborhoods, and communities.
Leaders are shepherding a group of Christ-followers and would like to partner with us to help train people in the spiritual conversations and disciple-making that multiplies in their unique context. Our training is geared to come alongside each unique church by modeling, assisting, watching, and ultimately leaving the church with it's own trainers and 3-year strategy for outward movement. Leaders include pastors, network leaders, church boards, etc.


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The Jesus Pattern Network, Inc. collaborates with churches and other organizations to extend the way of Jesus to the ends of the earth.
We partner with a team in Nicaragua to train pastors and other ministry leaders in simple discipleship and multiplication among the poor.
We partner with the Ignite discipleship network for coaching, mentoring, and training in the art of spiritual conversations and the starting of new microchurches that emerge from the community.