Youth enter into discipleship training while joining with other peers to develop a deeper relationship with God. These youth learn first hand what it means to deny themselves and follow Christ.

The WildLife Discipleship Training incorporates small inter-relational groups. This promotes development of proper relational and social skills between peers, plus they experience the importance of teamwork between them. This exposure into group therapy is most helpful in developing their social skills with each other.

To develop an intimate walk with Christ

To learn advanced outdoor skills & safety

To understand God’s divine plan and purpose for their lives

WildLife Goals :

Youth may enroll in Discipleship directly or participants from Mentoring may move into Discipleship when MOA sees significant improvements in their physical, mental and spiritual lives.

The youth that enter into Discipleship are seeking to become more intimate with Christ, develop a deeper knowledge of His Word, grow into a young man of God and learn more advanced skills in the outdoors.

The WildLife youth are young men looking for the identity that defines each one as they are created by God, in the image of God. These characteristics generally are seen from youth in the WildLife Discipleship Program:

A hunger for more of God

A yearning to know the will of God

A desire to deny themselves and follow Christ

Youth entering the WildLife Discipleship begin learning advanced skills in activities like: hiking, mountain biking, orienteering, hunting, archery, fly fishing, kayaking, photography, backpacking hunting and sporting clays.  These skills will provide them the necessary knowledge to make the activity a life long interest or pass time.



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