Making the Hope of Jesus
the Foundation of Every Home
The Bible clearly teaches that the spiritual formation of the next generation must happen primarily within the context of the home (see Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Ephesians 6:4). Just attending church together isn’t enough. Disciple-making MUST – first and foremost – happen at home. Hope@Home exists to equip and encourage families to intentionally engage in discipleship throughout the week.
Our Hope@Home Center is a physical and virtual resource depot where you can get fresh, new tools and ideas to talk with your children and grandchildren about growing closer to Christ. You can also find ideas and resources to strengthen your marriage. Those that are single – or single again – can also find encouraging resources at Hope@Home. In whatever season of life you find yourself, there’s something at the Hope@Home Center to help you. The physical Hope@Home center is located in the main lobby at our Victory Campus.
Quick and simple ideas that require little to no preparation. Instant discipleship opportunities, just add intentionality.
Help & Hope Resources
Designed to provide immediate, in-depth help, as well as resources that will assist you in creating a plan that rekindles your hope.
Best Summer Ever
Make summer count. Resources for intentional time your family will never forget.
When you visit the Hope@Home Center, you will be greeted by our hosts who are there to welcome and assist you. You’ll find it most helpful to first fill out an “Appraisal and Plan.” This document will help you evaluate how intentional your last 120 days of family-based discipleship has been. “The Plan” portion of that document will help formulate a 120-day plan to improve in the areas that apply to you. Then, ask one of our hosts to help you locate any resources you are interested in; or, feel free to browse on your own. You’ll find our Recipe Cards that give you simple, low-prep ideas for creating opportunities for disciple-making. If you need more in-depth resources, our Pointer cards offer biblical truth and additional resources (books, podcasts, services, etc.) on particular issues: such as “Building a Strong Marriage,” “The Opioid Crisis,” and “Sexual Identity Confusion” to name just a few.
Come by the Hope@Home Center and let us put some tools in your hands that will make family-based discipleship a joy!