Introduction

Regularly engage in the practice of confession, to both God and others, keeping oneself in step with God’s Spirit

At a Glance

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Decide How You'll Train

  • with a group
  • with running partners
  • not yet with a group

Check Your Spiritual Fitness

Take a baseline Spiritual Fitness Check to find your starting point for the Confession outcome.

Track Your Training Progress

Track your training progress through the Confession outcome to see how far you’ve come.

  Spiritual Fitness Check

Training is aimless without clear goals. Spiritual Fitness checks make sure you’re training effectively and progressing toward your goals.

Signs You're Living It Out

  • A daily practice of honest conversation and confession to God
  • No known areas of life that are “hidden” from God
  • Identified and named people with whom one can be fully transparent
  • Can identify a conversation in the last month where a sin or struggle was confessed to another person

Spiritual Fitness Check

Sign Up for a free account to take a baseline Spiritual Fitness Check to find your starting point for the Relate to God outcome.

 Core Training

These resources are designed to accelerate your growth in this spiritual outcome. Track your progress by checking off resources as you go.

Study

Bible Study

This bible study gives a holistic look through Scripture at the Confession outcome. Engage thought provoking questions for individual reflection and then discuss them in your Life Group or Spiritual Running Partner relationships.

Apply

Confession

Use this exercise to begin adding Confession into the way you talk with God.

Extras

These resources are designed to accelerate your growth in this spiritual outcome.

James 5 Therefore confess your sins to...

1 John 1:9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful...

Read Passages

by Andy Stanley
At some point in time, confession became a private practice used to relieve your conscience. But that's not the way confession is presented in the Bible. In this message, Andy presents the biblical view of confession and challenges us to confess to others - not just to God.
by John Burke
John encourages us to admit, or confess, to what is keeping us from gaining momentum in life.