Everyday faith

Identifying your gifts and developing a Personal Discipleship Plan

People grow in their faith when they are able to take responsibility for their own development and develop a helpful structure within which to grow.

Gifts for everyday faith will help you to think through where your gifts are strongest.

If you’re keen to feel more confident and equipped to live out your calling, a Personal Discipleship Plan (PDP) builds on the questions in Gifts for everyday faith. A PDP is an accompanied faith journey that you will take with a local minister or mentor that explores six core questions that discern what God is doing in your life and what you might be called to next.

Over 100 people have completed a PDP already, is the next person you?

Click one of the links below to find out more, or contact Tina Molyneux, Discipleship Enabler

Whether people are new to faith or further on in their journey the process has shown itself adaptable and rewarding. Using PDP’s has been one of the most transformational things I have done in my nine years here and I warmly commend it to others.

Revd Toby WrightThe Benefice of Witney

Discussing my PDP has been inspirational and confidence building…enlightening and supportive. At the same time as helping me to focus, I have somehow been enabled to also see a bigger picture. I am enjoying the experience and feel very supported.

Fiona FieldhouseBurchetts Green Parish

Your gifts

Gifts for everyday faith can be used on its own, or as the first step in a Personal Discipleship Plan.

Personal Discipleship Plan

Feel more confident and equipped to live out the good news of Jesus in all areas of your life.

Resources you can use

A list of recommended online resources and apps for everyday faith, Monday to Saturday.

Listen to Bishop Steven chatting with Tina about Personal Discipleship Plans and #everydayfaith on the My (extraordinary) Family podcast