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Grow AT Home

Parent Resources

... a churchwide commitment to encourage spiritual growth at home.

As parents, the combination of discipleship at church AND in the home, is essential to us raising kids ready to launch into the adult world. And that’s our goal – to help you prepare your child to LAUNCH well!

The Home


Parents loving, communicating, and teaching their kids to follow Jesus as they follow Jesus.

The Church


Age-graded ministries loving, communicating, and teaching kids to follow Jesus in a way that reflects discipleship at home.

We want to assist parents in the process of disciple-making.So, we have designed Celebrations, Experiences and Tools to help parents disciple at each stage of the journey.

Grow AT Home Celebrations

Events that celebrate the impact of growth at church and in the home.

Parent Commitment (infants through 12 months)

First Grade Bible Presentation (kids entering 1st grade)

Welcome to the HUB - 5th Grade Launch (kids entering 6th grade)

Senior Celebration (graduating high school seniors)

Parent Path Classes

Growing in God’s Word—Understanding Faith Through the Eyes of a Preschooler

Every Wed, Aug 25–Sep 29 @ 6:30–7:30p — Rm 336B
T Brianna Saunders

Just as your young child is developing physically and mentally, your child is also developing spiritually . . . and we have tools to help you make the most of that spiritual growth! We’ll look at a systematic plan for teaching your child (infant through kindergartener) a foundational, biblical worldview. And the best part . . . laying a strong foundation for the spiritual growth of your child isn’t just takes intentionality. Come get the tools you’ll need to grow your child’s faith according to God’s plan. Every participant will receive a copy of LifeWay's "Growing in God's Word" booklet.

Instilling a Biblical Worldview in the Hearts of Kids

Every Wed, Aug 25–Sep 29 @ 6:30–7:30p — Rm 334B
T Bill Emeott

Help kids navigate life in a godly, Christ-centered way by teaching them to see the world through the lens of God’s Word.

Building A Biblical Worldview in your Teenager’s Life

Every Wed, Aug 25–Nov 10 @ 6:30-7:30p — Rm 333
T Chad Chambers

Forming a Biblical Worldview for your student may be the most important thing you can do to set them up for adulthood. We will go through the book "10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) about Christianity" by Rebecca McLaughlin. Topics covered: Why be a Christian, Diversity, Universal Truth, Morality, Biblical Authenticity, Science, Gender, God's Sovereignty.

Seminars and Conferences

Activate Discipleship Conference

Sat, Aug 21, 2021 @ The Loop Campus

Track devoted to Parents where you can gain valuable training and discover great resources for discipleship of your kids whether they are 3 or 16.

Learn More & Register Here

Grow AT Home Experiences

One-day or weekend events designed for parents to teach a value (service, purity, responsibility, etc.) in a way that is interactive and fun.

  • 3rd Grade and Above: Family Israel Trip — March 10–20, 2022
  • 8th Grade: Outback Texas — TBA

Here’s our TOP Five list of how to start making disciples of your child:

  1. Use dinner time to pray and to talk about spiritual things.
  2. Encourage them to read their Bible (or read to them) each day and plan a weekly time to discuss what your family is learning.
  3. Ask how you can pray for them and then do!
  4. Encourage them to talk about their faith as part of their everyday experiences.
  5. Fall in love with Jesus yourself and share that experience with your son or daughter.

Imago Dei Resources

Imago Dei – or “Image of God” refers to the creation of each human being in the likeness or “image” of God (Gen. 1:27). An understanding of Imago Dei allows us to love others and see them as God sees them. Loving our neighbor regardless of their race, nationality, language, income, political views, or any other thing that divides us is essential to living out the Christian walk in our current culture.

He [Jesus] answered, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’”
Luke 10:27

We believe an accurate Biblical Worldview involves teaching our kids to love others well regardless of the differences between us.

Below you will find resources for teaching your kids to love well.

More resources coming soon!

For more information about our church is doing to promote unity and loving others well, click here.

Grow AT Home Toolbox App

The Grow at Home app is a toolbox for parents, full of resources that focus on a specific topic for the year. Available NOW in the App Store and Play Store (search "Grow At Home").

Resources in Corner Books

Each of our NextGen ministries have recommended resources available for you to review and purchase in Corner Books. Just look for the Gas Pump!