Overview

Way of Life

Ordinary people to covocational ministers.

What is a Way of Life?

Culture is what's normal for a group. It's what holds a group together. As we've grown in size, diversity, location, and generations, our Way of Life captures the elements of our shared culture. It isn't just a wish list. It captures biblical practices and relational rhythms we've developed over the years. It's what's normal for the majority of the Acts2 Network family.

Shared Culture

Rutgers

Rutgers

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

U of Chicago

U of Chicago

Why is it needed?

We are committed to living this way because of our conviction and context.

All believers are
called to live out the
Great Commission.

Our Conviction

Covocational Ministry

Ordinary believers juggling
day jobs and families
while doing ministry.

Our Context

How is this possible? 

The answer is our common Way of Life.

It gives us the framework we need to live on mission together in a sustainable and even joyful way.

Is this the only way?

No, we don’t think our Way of Life is the "one right way" for all Christians. Nor do we impose it on all attendees. The Way of Life is specifically for our “team members” – the 1,600+ covocational and full-time staff serving in one of our ministries.

We consider our Way of Life a beautiful expression of our Christian calling. It’s not for everyone, but it’s our chosen path.

1 Calling

1 Calling

1 Calling

2 Scheduling Priorities

2 Scheduling Priorities

2 Scheduling Priorities

3 Formational Relationships

3 Necessary Relationships

3 Necessary Relationships

4 Community Principles

4 Community Principles

4 Community Principles

5 Practices of Spiritual Formation

5 Practices of Spiritual Formation

5 Practices of Spiritual Formation

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