What is OnTRAC?
ARE YOU OnTRAC?
"Our primary calling as followers of Christ is by him, to him, and for him. First and foremost, we are called to Someone (God), not to something or to somewhere" - Os Guinness
"The true goal of discipleship is not to train us to think the right way or believe the right things, but to form us into the kind of person that God calls us to be" - DH Lawrence
What is OnTRAC?
OnTRAC is a prophetic, life-shaping process with clear objectives: 1) transform you into the person God has created you to be; 2) empower you to fulfill your assignment and make your ultimate Kingdom contribution as a member of the Body of Christ; 3) prepare you to finish well and leave a lasting legacy.
TRAC stands for: Trajectory, Renewal, Alignment, Community.
Life is a journey. It is critical that we capture the big-picture perspective of our journey. This involves seeing the past, present, and future in light of God‘s shaping work. We must be convinced that He has been and is leading us toward His desired outcome for our lives.
As we travel the road of life it’s not uncommon to falter on the way. The Father wants us to experience constant renewal so we can be complete our journey with joy. A healthy lifestyle, deepening spiritual hunger, and encounters with the Holy Spirit is critical in sustaining us on the journey.
Alignment is not about personal fulfillment, but about the discovery of who we are and our place and purpose in the Kingdom of God. Alignment essentially answers the questions: who has God made me to be what Has He created me to do? Alignment deals with knowing our identity and fulfilling our purpose.
Alignment is best actuated in a community of disciples. The Father does not want us to travel alone. As we participate in healthy community, we become more aware of our ultimate contribution and the value of healthy interdependence. The Apostle Paul put it this way, "...As each part does its own special work, it helps the other parts grow, so that the whole body is healthy and growing and full of love" (Ephesians 4:16b).