PERSONAL GROWTH

We believe that God designed us for personal relationship with Him and healthy relationships with each other.

The Bible is the Word of God, and it is the most beneficial tool in growing in knowledge and understanding of Him. That said, it's a large book that can feel daunting.

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Where do you begin? What does it mean? How do I apply it to my life? We've got you covered. As a church, we are daily reading through the scriptures as a family one chapter at a time.

“Physical training is good, but training for godliness is much better, promising benefits in this life and in the life to come.” 1 Timothy 4:8 (NLT)

Developing a habit of daily prayer will help you grow in your relationship with God. Jesus showed us exactly how to relate with God through prayer, and it gave Him strength and insight to live in pursuit of the Father's will. Through Jesus' example, we see that prayer doesn't have to be a mysterious activity. It is simply talking (and listening) to God.

Participate in your personal growth this year by following along with our Soul Training. Each quarter we will put out a new calendar with the reading plan and daily prayer focus. Each day together we will read from the same passage and lift up prayers in unison to our Heavenly Father. Download the guide to find helpful information about how to use the REAP method as read through the Bible Reading Plan and a Daily Prayer Focus.

We want to help you grow deeper in your faith. We've got tools and resources to help you develop spiritual practices you can use everyday to connect to God.

Daily Prayer Focuses

Sunday -Pray for the Lost, who do not know Jesus as Lord and Savior
Monday -Thank God for His work in your life
Tuesday -Pray for your friends, co-workers, and neighbors (Use the Church Prayer Requests delivered to your inbox every Tuesday)
Wednesday -Pray for your Family
Thursday -Praying for our Missionaries
Friday -Praying for our Community, State, and Nation
Saturday -Praying for the Kingdom of God here on earth and Homeport’s church body, leadership, and ministry impact

“The desperate need today is not for a greater number of intelligent people, or gifted people, but for deep people.”Richard J. Foster
Hover over the letters below to learn more about the REAP Method.
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Click here to download the YouVersion Bible App for your phone or tablet and then click on these links to read the Bible Reading Plan in the app.