workshops

Each Ignite workshop is led by a Navigator staff and is aimed to give you practical help in walking with Jesus daily. You will be able to attend two workshops of your choice.

Note that some workshops are only available for the first or second session.

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Getting to know the God we cannot see

How can we really get to know God if we cannot see Him? Come and explore the God of whom the prophet Isaiah declares, "Truly you are a God who hides himself" (Isaiah 45:15). Come and grow in your understanding that this same God wants to reveal Himself to you!

Dave Wirgau

Getting to know the God we cannot see

Living Out of the Fullness of the Gospel

We often hear of the guilt caused by sin, but is that the only affect sin has on our lives? Learn what the Bible says about the guilt, shame, and fear caused by sin and the good news that God offers in Jesus to overcome all three affects.

Joel Otero

Living Out of the Fullness of the Gospel

The Freedom of Faithfulness

What does walking with Jesus look like in a world obsessed with success, productivity, and performance? How does God define success? Come consider how faithfulness alone allows us to experience freedom in our relationship with Jesus and with others.

First session only.

Katie Harper

The Freedom of Faithfulness

Never Graduating from Jesus

How do I follow and labor for Christ after I graduate? In the workplace, in a church, in a new community? In this workshop, we'll talk together about these challenges and dream together about how we might face them and thrive!

For seniors only.

Second session only.

Matt & Emilie Bahr

Never Graduating from Jesus

Prayer With My Boots On

When gearing up for hard, labor-intensive work, we strap on our boots. In the same way intercessory prayer is real work, the type we do with our “boots on”. It’s challenging and exhausting, but it’s powerful and fruit bearing work for every child of God. In this workshop we will wrestle with why we don’t pray, why it’s hard, as well as, what the Lord has waiting on the other side of the fight in prayer, because of who He is. By the Lord’s grace we will begin to feel more compelled to lift men and women up to Jesus, in expectation for the Lord to change us, situations, people and our world, as we pray with our “boots on”.

Loyce Nelson

Prayer With My Boots On

Racism, Dignity, and the Gospel: A Bold Walk Towards Discomfort

Why does there seem to be so much racial strife, division, and hurt in America today? How do we as Christians understand and respond to these things? Join us in a conversation as we look to the Bible on how to walk boldly towards our own discomfort, and seek to restore dignity and honor through the power of the Gospel.

First session only.

Rachel Christofel and Sam Huxford

Racism, Dignity, and the Gospel: A Bold Walk Towards Discomfort

Steeping in the Scriptures

Ever found yourself saying, “I wish God would speak to me”? Well, good news! He has and He is speaking to you. God has gifted us with Himself and allowed us to hear and know Him through His spoken Word: the Bible. We invite you as He invites us to Himself through His Words already spoken. Learn what it looks like to engage in two-way conversation with the God of the universe using little words printed on pages of a book that IS truth and IS Him.

Jennifer Huxford and Amber Saunders

Steeping in the Scriptures

What in the World am I Doing?

So you're told to make disciples and now have someone to begin with?  Now the person is just staring at you from the other side of the table.  What do you do next?

Mark Smith

What in the World am I Doing?

Rested: Better than 'Busy'

In 2018, it is counter-cultural to accept our limits and rest in Christ. We walk around with tired hearts and weary souls, but the "finish line" seems to only get further from us. Instead of trying to find rest in binge watching, scrolling through social media, or relationships, it’s time to get off the hamster wheel, and find our rest in Christ alone.

Second session only.

Alex & Shawna Ellis

Rested: Better than 'Busy'

Are We Really Better Together?

Right after God creates man he declares, "It is not good for man to be alone." Why do you think he said this? Especially when He hand-fashions another person to be with him and in the next chapter all hell breaks loose! How does this relate to your life? What difference can it make when you intentionally share the journey? Do you really need other people?  Other friends? Other believers? What does the Bible say about this? When life gets busy, why make time for something that can feel risky, even difficult, painful, and costly? What difference can it make in your life if you don’t?

Deb Entsminger

Are We Really Better Together?

Gospel Stories

We’re not just reporters with information, but witnesses with experience. How can you share God’s great story while learning someone else’s and telling your own? Come and let’s find out.

John Teten

Gospel Stories

Women's Purity: Moving from Brokeness to Wholeness

Redemption in the area of purity is God's heart for women. Come learn, dialogue and grow in understanding God's heart for you in the area of sexual wholeness and purity in all of life.

Second session only.

Sarah Duran

Women's Purity: Moving from Brokeness to Wholeness

Until the Whole World Hears

Do you ever wonder if God wants to use your life to reach the nations? From Genesis to Revelation, God extends the invitation of knowing him to all people. To the believer God extends an invitation to be part of the work he is doing and the opportunities you have in this season abound as the nations are on your campuses. Do you have questions about what it looks like to reach out to people from other cultures? Come join me as I share some cultural insights from living overseas and gain practical skills to start building cultural bridges with your friends now for the sake of the kingdom.

Emma

Until the Whole World Hears

Broken: Ready for service

What do all the heroes of our faith have in common? Why is it so important to have an accurate view of God and self? Why does God allow faithful believers to struggle? Come explore brokenness as God’s means of creating humble, dependent worshipers who are able to help and lead others.

First session only.

Austin Harper

Broken: Ready for service

There Is Hope: Sexual Purity for Men

Fellas — Despite the shame and guilt that comes from sexual sin, we have hope! In this workshop, we’ll discuss how the gospel invites us to experience God and move towards freedom in this area. It’s about more than avoiding sin. Let’s go after it and get practical!

Second session only.

Andrew Duran

There Is Hope: Sexual Purity for Men

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