Win: You are wired to be a certain kind of spiritual leader! Unlock what that is, how it’s different from others, and step into it.
What stirred in you as Pastor Josh walked you through APEST? Before taking an assessment, any guesses on what you might score high or low on?
Who was a significant mentor or spiritual parent in your life? In your opinion, what was their APEST gifting?
Now it’s your turn! Think about the 2-3 people that God used you to impact the most. Why did these people come to mind? How did you specifically impact them? What could this tell you about your APEST giftings?
Win: Double down in your Kingdom assignment with focus and intentionality.
What are your first thoughts around GPS? What are your gifts? What is your deepest passion? Where do you have experience that can help others?
If you take a look at your current season, which area (G, P, or S) is non-existent in your schedule or priorities? Why do you think that is?
“You can but others should” – what a hard-hitting truth from Pastor Jayson! Is there any area where you are doing something that others should be doing instead? What good things are distracting you from your “sweet spot”?
Complete the 5-Day Field Guide on what the Bible says about leading out of your “sweet spot.” Consider journaling what you discover.
Complete this excercise: First, make a list of all the areas you are serving in. Secondly, rank them from most fulfilling to least fulfilling. Third, wrestle through this question: is your “sweet spot” even on this list?
Pursue a conversation this week with someone who is living out a “sweet spot” similar to yours. Become a student of their “craft” and seek their input.
Based on your APEST and GPS, make the decision to double down in your “sweet spot” and watch God get to work! Dream with God of all the possibilities and opportunities in front of you with this new intentional focus.
Win: God is on a mission to speak power and Biblical significance into others! Learn the basics of shaping identity in others and start practicing it.
As a spiritual parent, you must know how to explain what an identity in Christ is and what it looks like. How would you answer these questions today?
As you rewind through your own story, what ICNUs were game changers for you?
Most often, speaking prophetic words over others is a new concept and practice for spiritual parents. Have you had any experience in speaking prophetically? Are you excited or cautious about stepping into this? Why?
Complete the 5-Day Field Guide on what the Bible says about prayer. Consider journaling what you discover.
Spend time in prayer specifically asking God for words of wisdom and prophetic words for someone in your life. Be patient and expect God to show up.
Whenever that word comes, deliver that word or message to whomever the Holy Spirit is directing you. Use the suggestions in the video to do that well.
Way to go on completing this final stage! Share this accomplishment with us! Completing the Spiritual Parent stage is an invitation to take someone else through this pathway. We’d also love to hear your feedback to continue to make the Discipleship Pathway the best it can be. We are proud of you! Keep journeying with Jesus!