Life is an Adventure when You Follow Jesus

From the moment of salvation until we reach the end of our life journey, following Jesus is an adventure. No, this is not a self-serving life, but one where we hand over our dreams and plans to God and agree to go where he leads and do as he directs. It is not an easy or comfortable life, but it is one where we need God daily and that brings us closer to him as we experience his faithfulness. Unfortunately, most people don't know about this path, but are cruising down the wide road of this world, living for self and chasing after temporary joys and pleasures.

Chosen Gen wants to show you the true life offered by God in the Bible. It matters for you, but also for your children. The life you live is the one your kids are most likely to follow and we want to disciple our children to follow Jesus and his ways. So, step one: where do you find yourself currently?

Adventure assessment

Instructions: Take a few moments to assess which category resonates most with your faith life today. Then, explore the encouraging resources Chosen Gen has to support you as you follow Jesus and lead your kids to do the same! 


Who is Jesus

Salvation:

I have never been a Christian and don't know much about the Bible.
I'm a seeker with questions about Jesus and the Bible.
I grew up going to church, but stopped attending. However, I'm feeling ready to return. 
I know I want my kids to have a Christian faith, but where do I even start?


Why read the Bible

Transformation:

I believe in Jesus and I go to church, but, if I'm honest, my faith doesn't impact my life much. 
I feel like such a hypocrite because I'm trapped in sin.
I believe the Bible, but I'm intimidated to read it for myself and worry I won't understand it.

 


life on mission

Life on Mission:

I love Jesus and want to see more of his love, faith, and power in my life.
I read the Bible, but I'm struggling to understand how to live it out in this world.
I don't see how God can use me to serve him.
I see the need for my family to live out our faith more, I'm just not sure how to do that.