“As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love.”

John 15:9

At Fellowship Dallas, we are calling each other to live out our God-given purpose in Christ every day. This includes our unique calling—living out our individual giftings from God to help share the Gospel. But in order to live out our unique purpose, we have to abide in Christ and allow Him to show us more about who He is, who He has called us to be, and how we can share His message where we live, work, and play. So this year, we are making room for Christ to captivate our hearts as we abide in Him.

 

“As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love.”

John 15:9

At Fellowship Dallas, we are calling each other to live out our God-given purpose in Christ every day. This includes our unique calling—living out our individual giftings from God to help share the Gospel. But in order to live out our unique purpose, we have to abide in Christ and allow Him to show us more about who He is, who He has called us to be, and how we can share His message where we live, work, and play. So this year, we are making room for Christ to captivate our hearts as we abide in Him.

 

“As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love.”

John 15:9

At Fellowship Dallas, we are calling each other to live out our God-given purpose in Christ every day. This includes our unique calling—living out our individual giftings from God to help share the Gospel. But in order to live out our unique purpose, we have to abide in Christ and allow Him to show us more about who He is, who He has called us to be, and how we can share His message where we live, work, and play. So this year, we are making room for Christ to captivate our hearts as we abide in Him.

 

Resources & Tools

Thoughout this year, we will be providing a variety of helpful resources and practical tools to help you reflect, make room, and develop rhythms to help you abide in Jesus. Click below for more information on resources and to download tools.

Abide Scripture & Reflection Card

A simple card to keep in your journal, Bible, or to display, featuring our verse for the year and reflection questions to guide you in your next steps of making room to abide.

Making Room: A Personal Time Audit

A tool to help you see how you spend the hours of your week, including a One-Hour Challenge to repurpose one of hour of your week for abiding.

One Hour Challenge

This October, we’re evaluating how we spend the hours in our typical week and then challenging each other to repurpose one hour of our week for each week in October to intentionally abide in Christ. Maybe it’s getting up an hour earlier to read pray and read your Bible, or maybe it’s spending time in worship during your normal commute. Below are some ideas for how to respurpose your hour, either alone, as a couple, as a family, or even as a Life Group.

  • Weekly Prayer Walk
    Set aside one hour during your evening or Saturday morning to spend time in prayer, thanking God for who He is and His amazing creation, while you enjoy the outdoors.
  • Praying for Other Families
    Sitting at your child’s soccer or baseball practice? Spend this time inentionally praying for your child’s teammates and their families.
  • 10 Minutes of Gratitude
    Take 10 minutes every morning before family dinner to go around the table and thank God for the ways He blessed you today.
  • Worship While You Commute
    Many of us spend several hours a week just driving to and from work. Instead of letting it make you cranky, how about cranking up the tunes and worshipping Jesus.
  • Pray for Your Neighbors
    The cooler temps are coming, making it a perfect time for an evening walk with your family. Pray for your neighbors and over your neighborhood as you walk.
  • Mid-Day Check-In
    Before you head to lunch (or work through your lunch), take 10 minutes to thank God for your job and pray for your co-workers (yes, even the difficult ones.)
  • Coffee & God’s Word
    Commit to getting up 20 minutes earlier 3 days per week so that you can sip your morning coffee while reading your Bible. (Don’t have a Bible? We’d love to give you one!)
  • Together We Ride . . . and Worship
    Hitting the Peloton? While we love a good 80’s playlist or 90’s nastalgia, commit to spending one of your weekly rides in worship or prayer.

Share Your Story

How has making intentional time to abide with Christ changed your life? Have you, you and your spouse, or your family found a meaningful way to repurpose one hour of your time to abide? Whether in big or small ways, spending time with the Lord leads to transformation, and we want to hear your story! 

Abiding in Christ Together

Abiding isn’t just something we do alone. It’s something we can do together and encourage one another in in community. We invite you to get connected to a Life Group at Fellowship. You can also stay tuned for information on our winter and spring 2023 Training Experiences and Bible Studies.

Resources & Tools

Thoughout this year, we will be providing a variety of helpful resources and practical tools to help you reflect, make room, and develop rhythms to help you abide in Jesus. Click below for more information on resources and to download tools.

Abide Scripture & Reflection Card

A simple card to keep in your journal, Bible, or to display, featuring our verse for the year and reflection questions to guide you in your next steps of making room to abide.

Making Room: A Personal Time Audit

A tool to help you see how you spend the hours of your week, including a One-Hour Challenge to repurpose one of hour of your week for abiding.

One Hour Challenge

This October, we’re evaluating how we spend the hours in our typical week and then challenging each other to repurpose one hour of our week for each week in October to intentionally abide in Christ. Maybe it’s getting up an hour earlier to read pray and read your Bible, or maybe it’s spending time in worship during your normal commute. Below are some ideas for how to respurpose your hour, either alone, as a couple, as a family, or even as a Life Group.

  • Weekly Prayer Walk
    Set aside one hour during your evening or Saturday morning to spend time in prayer, thanking God for who He is and His amazing creation, while you enjoy the outdoors.
  • Praying for Other Families
    Sitting at your child’s soccer or baseball practice? Spend this time inentionally praying for your child’s teammates and their families.
  • 10 Minutes of Gratitude
    Take 10 minutes every morning before family dinner to thank God for the ways He blessed you today.
  • Worship While You Commute
    Many of us spend several hours a week just driving to and from work. Instead of letting it make you cranky, how about cranking up the tunes and worshipping Jesus.
  • Pray for Your Neighbors
    The cooler temps are coming, making it a perfect time for an evening walk with your family. Pray for your neighbors and over your neighborhood as you walk.
  • Mid-Day Check-In
    Before you head to lunch (or work through your lunch), take 10 minutes to thank God for your job and pray for your co-workers (yes, even the difficult ones.)
  • Coffee & God’s Word
    Commit to getting up 20 minutes earlier 3 days per week so that you can sip your morning coffee while reading your Bible. (Don’t have a Bible? We’d love to provide you with one!)
  • Together We Ride . . . and Worship
    Hitting the Peloton? While we love a good 80’s playlist or 90’s nastalgia, commit to spending one of your weekly rides in worship or prayer.

Share Your Story

How has making intentional time to abide with Christ changed your life? Have you, you and your spouse, or your family found a meaningful way to repurpose one hour of your time to abide? Whether in big or small ways, spending time with the Lord leads to transformation, and we want to hear your story! 

Abiding in Christ Together

Abiding isn’t just something we do alone. It’s something we can do together and encourage one another in in community. We invite you to get connected to a Life Group at Fellowship. You can also stay tuned for information on our winter and spring 2023 Training Experiences and Bible Studies.

Resources & Tools

Thoughout this year, we will be providing a variety of helpful resources and practical tools to help you reflect, make room, and develop rhythms to help you abide in Jesus. Click below for more information on resources and to download tools.

Abide Scripture & Reflection Card

A simple card to keep in your journal, Bible, or to display, featuring our verse for the year and reflection questions to guide you in your next steps of making room to abide.

Making Room: A Personal Time Audit

A tool to help you see how you spend the hours of your week, including a One-Hour Challenge to repurpose one of hour of your week for abiding.

One Hour Challenge

This October, we’re evaluating how we spend the hours in our typical week and then challenging each other to repurpose one hour of our week for each week in October to intentionally abide in Christ. Maybe it’s getting up an hour earlier to read pray and read your Bible, or maybe it’s spending time in worship during your normal commute. Below are some ideas for how to respurpose your hour, either alone, as a couple, as a family, or even as a Life Group.

  • Weekly Prayer Walk
    Set aside one hour during your evening or Saturday morning to spend time in prayer, thanking God for who He is and His amazing creation, while you enjoy the outdoors.
  • Praying for Other Families
    Sitting at your child’s soccer or baseball practice? Spend this time inentionally praying for your child’s teammates and their families.
  • 10 Minutes of Gratitude
    Take 10 minutes every morning before family dinner to thank God for the ways He blessed you today.
  • Worship While You Commute
    Many of us spend several hours a week just driving to and from work. Instead of letting it make you cranky, how about cranking up the tunes and worshipping Jesus.
  • Pray for Your Neighbors
    The cooler temps are coming, making it a perfect time for an evening walk with your family. Pray for your neighbors and over your neighborhood as you walk.
  • Mid-Day Check-In
    Before you head to lunch (or work through your lunch), take 10 minutes to thank God for your job and pray for your co-workers (yes, even the difficult ones.)
  • Coffee & God’s Word
    Commit to getting up 20 minutes earlier 3 days per week so that you can sip your morning coffee while reading your Bible. (Don’t have a Bible? We’d love to provide you with one!)
  • Together We Ride . . . and Worship
    Hitting the Peloton? While we love a good 80’s playlist or 90’s nastalgia, commit to spending one of your weekly rides in worship or prayer.

Abiding in Christ Together

Abiding isn’t just something we do alone. It’s something we can do together and encourage one another in in community. We invite you to get connected to a Life Group at Fellowship. You can also stay tuned for information on our winter and spring 2023 Training Experiences and Bible Studies.

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