Explore the courses & workshops below and enroll to enjoy Jesus more and follow Him in everyday life. All courses are free of cost and can be accessed from anywhere.
Enjoying Jesus is a 6 week course to help you connect deeply with Jesus, learn to talk about Him with others in a natural way, and pick up some new tools to disciple others.
The Practice of Peace is a one month journey into greater peace in your life. The course teaches you how to practice peace in your soul, body, heart, and mind and then to become a person of peace spreading this to others.
Jesus in Everyday Life is a 4 workshop series for the people of Fellowship Bible Church. These workshops take place in person in community groups in Bentonville, Arkansas. The workshops help you learn to talk about Jesus naturally in everyday life (and not be awkward). Then you will pick up some simple tools and practices that will help you make disciples in ordinary everyday life.
Stand Alone Workshops
For spiritual seekers and everyday mystics, you can explore the person of Jesus (which is different than cultural christianity) in this two-part workshop series led by Paul Sewell.
Jesus in Everyday Life is a series of stand alone workshops to help you live Jesus in everyday life. A new workshop is released every month. Each one is independent and requires no ongoing or weekly commitment.
Unlearning & Learning will help you to unlearn duty, pressure, & religion in order to learn the way of Jesus. This workshop will help you live more freely & lightly in everyday life.
The Burnout Workshop will help you assess if you have any signs of burnout and then guide you to find the Jesus way out. This workshop will also equip you to help others who may be experiencing burnout.
With Jesus will help you understand how you relate with God. Most churches are trying to move people from “without God” to “under God.” Some mission focused churches are trying to move people to live life “for God.” This workshop explores what we believe is the best way to live and that is “With Jesus.”