WayPoints

way·point: An event, along the path of discipleship to celebrate a spiritual waypoint in a child’s life. Although the term waypoint has only come into common use in recent years, the equivalent of a waypoint in all but name has existed for as long as human beings have navigated. Waypoints have traditionally been associated with distinctive features of the real world, such as rock formations, springs, oases, mountains, buildings, roadways, waterways, railways, and so on. Today, these associations persist, but waypoints are more often associated with physical artifacts created specifically for navigation, such as radio beacons, buoys, satellites, control points, etc.

Spiritual maturity is a lifelong process. It begins the day you are born and continues throughout life. Equipping the generations means that as you and I grow, we lead the next generation spiritually. Leading begins at home with family.

We believe the church and family should work together to raise the next generation of Christians. We see discipleship as a two sided coin: church and family. We believe God designed parents to be uniquely perfect, primary faith trainers of their children.

If the church and family work together to equip the generations, we need a common path to walk on. We call this path WayPoint. Everything we do at Lenexa Baptist Church helps people mature along the path. Everything you do as a parent as you host family devotions, celebrate WayPoints, and capitalize on God Sightings also helps your children mature along the path.

Will you join us?

way·point (wā’point’) n.

A point between major points on a route, as along a path.

Although the term waypoint has only come into common use in recent years, the equivalent of a waypoint in all but name has existed for as long as human beings have navigated. Waypoints have traditionally been associated with distinctive features of the real world, such as rock formations, springs, oases, mountains, buildings, roadways, waterways, railways, and so on. Today, these associations persist, but waypoints are more often associated with physical artifacts created specifically for navigation, such as radio beacons, buoys, satellites, control points, etc.

way·point: An event, along the path of discipleship to celebrate a spiritual waypoint in a child’s life.