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Growth Track

Kingdom Growth Track

Come Grow with Us at the Kingdom

The Kingdom Growth Track guides you to discover your Kingdom purpose and live the life God created for you in his perfect assignment. The Growth Track is made up of four steps that equip you to 1) Join the Kingdom, 2) Learn Kingdom Culture, 3) Discover your Kingdom Design, and 4) Qualify for Kingdom Leadership.

Step 1:

Join the Kingdom

  • Join and become a KCOH member!

  • New Members Orientation

  • Life Group Meetings (weekly or bi-weekly)

  • Baptism Candidate Class (if applicable)

  • Baptism (If applicable)

Step 2:

Learn Kingdom Culture

  • Enroll in a Kingdom University (KU) Class – Law of Honor (mandatory) and SAT

  • Take the BBB Assessment

  • Be a part of the Dream Team

  • Join the Thursday Prayer Call (be active in praying)

Step 3:

Discover your Kingdom Design

  • Start IDP and/or MDP with LG Leader

  • Baptism of the Holy Spirit

  • Be a part of other ministries

  • Register for More than Conquerors College (optional). This is required for those who want to be considered for Minister in Training (MIT).

Step 4:

Qualify for Kingdom Leadership

  • Be a leader, trainer, or coordinator in the various Kingdom ministries offered

  • Join the Tuesday KCOH Strategic Prayer Zoom for Leaders (by invitation only).

  • Speak with LG Leader about interest in being a part of the Leadership Team (be ready for a transparent evaluation and areas to improve in)

"Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ"

Philippians 1:6

Steps for Your Success

Keep growing in your Christian journey through Life Group meetings, give in tithes and offerings, evangelize, and make disciples.

Discipleship is effective mentorship that gets you from where you are to where God wants you to be!

What is a disciple? A disciple is a student. A disciple is one who disciplines himself in the teachings and practices of another. The word disciple, like discipline, comes from the Latin word discipulus, meaning “pupil” or “learner.” Why did Jesus have Disciples? To equip them and eventually release them to do ministry (continue the work established). He showed them many signs, wonders, and miracles plus taught them the ways of the Kingdom. Afterward, he gave them the authority and power in his name to heal the sick and cast out evil spirits, and continue the work he started. 

Discipleship is essential to Kingdom Growth, if you are not already a part of a Life Group at KCOH, click the button below to get connected today!

Next Level Kingdom Discipleship

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