A body of believers who make disciples who make disciples
DiscipleshipFreedom Family Heart to Heart

Growing in our walk with God & Dedication to others

What is Discipleship?

The objective of discipleship is to equip and help each other increase in intimacy with God, grow in knowledge of Him, and pursue a life on mission. Disciples make disciples the same way Jesus did, so we take our time and not rush through relationships. We focus on helping each other answer questions, contemplate the scriptures presented and patiently mature into our calling.

Acts14:21, “When they had preached the gospel to that city and made many disciples, they returned to Lystra and to Iconium.” The term “make many disciples”, means “they got them converted to Jesus.” Or it could be said made to be Christ-like.

All people need to become followers of Christ and they all need to be taught biblical and Christ-like thought patterns, feelings and conduct or actions. We accomplish this through the process and commitment of making disciples.

If you are interested in being discipled or discipling others, please fill out the form on this page and our Discipleship Coordinator will be in touch with you soon.

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Freedom Family Heart-to-Heart

Jesus loved, cared for people, and introduced God the Father through prayer and conversations. It is through prayer and conversations that we partner with Him to experience healthy marriages, families, home, local church, and communities.

We encourage you to set a day of the week that you will meet with your family in your household or if you’re single, with someone from your Lighthouse or the Sunday Celebration Service. Note: single men with single men and single women with single women is suggested. Your time together should be kept enjoyable, simple, and light. Use this time to encourage and build up each person present.

Download the Family Heart-to-Heart Card to guide your time together. 
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Dane Hall at connect@myfreedomchurch.com


  • Read and pray for our household
  • Build intimacy and instill purpose


  • Pray for each other
  • Take turns and pray out loud
  • Read, questions and answer



If you find that you need a little help praying for one another, please feel free to use the prayer model below. This can be used when praying for each other during your conversations and practice of caring for each other and introducing or re-introducing God the Father to each other.

B – Body: pray for God to protect or heal physical health, healing for any ailments.

L – Labor: pray for their career, job, perform in school, tasks that need to get done or manage the home.

E – Emotional health: pray for God to comfort and cleanse their souls (heart and mind), anxiety, depression, etc.

S – Social Relationships: pray for God to bless their marriage, any relationships that may be strained

S – Spirit: Pray for God to help them spiritually, their purpose to be revealed, and for them to develop closeness with God.