Do you struggle to embrace who God crafted and redeemed you to be? Do you want clarity on your purpose? Would you like to set goals for 2022 and for the years beyond?
Beginning in January 2022, Pastor Jason Dorsey will lead two Identity Mapping cohorts on a sixteen-week discipleship journey. Identity Mapping (IM) is a discipleship path that Jason has walked since 2003. Since 2008 he has guided Christians on the journey. Read more of the history here.
IM’s focus on knowing yourself from the vantage point of the Bible’s story and with growing clarity, its holistic theology of calling, and its practice of setting annual goals that have helped many Christians grow in embracing their God-crafted identity and God-appointed calling for the glory of God’s Name.
There are seasons where Identity Mapping is especially relevant to one’s life. The Identity Mapping journey is especially helpful for people who:
- young people who want clarity on who they are and what their calling is.
- people going through life transitions and want direction.
- all people who are ready to process heart wounds and want healing.
- all who are serious about leveraging their great strength for Jesus’ name
We have space for up to twelve individuals/couples to join each cohort. Cohort #1 is designed for pastors and their wives. Cohort #2 is open to
The cohorts meet via ZOOM, weekly on Tuesday evenings. The first meeting is on Tuesday, January 4. Cohort #1 will meet from 4:00-5:30pm Pacific Standard Time. Cohort #2 will meet from 7:00-8:30pm Pacific Standard Time. This first meeting will be an orientation to the curriculum and a chance to get to know members of the cohort. Besides this first meeting, we will meet sixteen times on Tuesday evenings over the course of nine months:
- January 11, 18, 25
- February 1, 8, 15, 22
- March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
- April 5, 12, 19, 26
Each session lasts for 1.5 hours. During each session we discuss one chapter from The Name and the Tool that goes with that chapter.
The cost is $125 per person. This covers the sessions and the basic discipleship curriculum of Identity Mapping, The Name, has 14 chapters plus a prelude and postlude. Each chapter is followed by a tool to help you apply its teaching to your life. There are over fifty illustrations. We encourage you to color these “theological illustrations” to help you process the content of each chapter. There is room on each page to take notes, and places throughout the handbook to make journal entries.
You can reserve your place in a cohort at our store here: