The 4 Focus Points of The 360 Experience


Biblical Worldview

Understanding Christianity and allowing a Biblical mindset to shape our lives.


Local Church Mindset

Understanding the role of the local church – the role it plays in the life of a Christian, the calling to be a mission’s culture church, the role it plays on a local level.


Global Perspective

Understanding the role and relationship of the mission church and the local church in fulfilling the Great Commission.


Personal Discipleship & Individual Calling

Adjusting everyday life to look more like Jesus in practice and not just theory. Understanding individual gifts and callings and how that affects the students’ future.

Living Out the 4 Focus Points

In order to see the 4 Focus points established in students’ lives, they are immersed in a lifestyle designed to develop personal character, cultivate a living relationship with God, and identify their unique gifts and callings. They will be coached in hearing the voice of God and living a balanced Christian life. These are some of the strategies put into practice during their daily time at the local church:


  • Daily worship or intercession – Each day begins with a time to focus on worship and prayer.
  • One-on-One Discipleship –We focus on modeling the truths that we learn and providing a transformational environment (opposed to transactional).
  • Sectional Discipleship – We build Biblical masculine and feminine identities based on the truth of the Word of God in a small group setting.
  • Biblical Lectures – We bring in speakers from outside and inside the church to impart Biblical truths and philosophies.
  • Church Practicum – Students have hands-on ministry training and experience with seasoned leaders in order to equip the them for future integration within their local church settings.
  • Small Groups – Community is the context in which we will walk out our faith – students will take part in the local church’s small groups ministry.
  • Pastoral One-on-One’s – Students will have the opportunity to learn from and build relationship with experienced local church pastors and leaders.
  • Local Outreach—Local churches, soup pantries, homeless shelters, inner city outreach.
  • World Outreach – Students get a hands-on, cross-cultural experience serving the Body of Christ in other parts of the world.