The Mounternship

equipping today’s riders to reach riders

We live in an incredible place. A ten minute drive from our church doors gets you to some of the most famous mountain bike trails in the world. Only thirty minutes and you can be strapping on your skis. Jesus’ final command was to “go, and make disciples”, and these North Shore mountains are our mission field. They are unique, and our discipleship training should be unique.

The Mounternship is a different kind of internship. We will combine the passion we have for our mountain sports with learning how to follow Jesus well, and how to help others do the same. We will ride together, eat together, and build trails together. We’ll learn how to read and study our bibles better, and how to share our faith in our mountain-riding culture.

Whether it is mountain biking or skiing, we want to disciple you, while teaching you to disciple others.

You should apply if you want to learn how to follow Jesus better, while riding bikes and snowboarding/skiing with us. It’s our hope that this model of small group discipleship will radically affect your spiritual life and bring you into closer relationship with Jesus!

The Mounternship will run from September to December. We’ll meet up on Tuesdays at the Hub from 9-3, Thursdays we’ll meet on the mountains in the late afternoon for riding and community. We’ll also ride or dig on some Saturday mornings together. Some weekends we’ll TIME travel (TALK, INVEST, MENTOR, ENCOURAGE) to take our learning and our riding somewhere else!

Mounterns will be expected to purchase their own season pass at Seymour (approx. $400), a 2019 NSMBA membership and trail boost ($55), as well as chip in for any travel expenses incurred by weekend trips we decide to take. There is no tuition cost or book cost for the Mounternship!

How do we know the Bible is trustworthy?

What is the gospel?

What does it really mean to follow Jesus?

How do I share my faith in the mountain-riding culture?

What are the basics of the Christian worldview?

We will read pieces of some other books as well, but here’s a list of our primary books we’ll use for study together.

Multiply. Francis Chan

Ephesians for You. Richard Coekin

Discipling. Mark Dever

The Problem of God. Mark Clark

Christian Beliefs. Wayne Grudem

To apply or to find out more about this program, contact

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