Multiply your Influence

Invest in the lives of others, both believers and unbelievers. As you are being transformed into the likeness of Jesus, come alongside others in their own faith journeys.

Guiding Scriptures  
John 6:44, 1 Peter 3:15, Ephesians 5:21, Proverbs 22:6, 1 Peter 4:9

Multiply Your Influence and Invest in Others

Get Started

  Intentionally invest in the lives of others.

  1. Prayerfully identify 1-3 people whom God has put on your heart.
  2. Pray regularly for these people.
  3. Identify a next step for investing in each of these people’s lives based on where they are in their spiritual journey (bi-weekly coffee talk, weekly phone chat, an invitation to church, read a book together, do a Bible study together, etc.)

Continue along this pathway by exploring the options below:

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    Take Another Step

      Learn to share your story and God’s story with others.

    1. Learn to share your story. Watch Prepare Your 3-Minute Testimony by Zume.
    2. Learn to share God’s story using the C to J Tool.
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    Keep Going

    Practice Neighboring.

     Read The Art of Neighboring by Jay Pathak and Dave Runyon and identify one “next step” for you and your family.

     Work toward completing your neighbor tic-tac-toe, as outlined in The Art of Neighboring. Pray for opportunities to invest in the lives of your neighbors.

     Download the Bless Every Home app and use it as a resource to pray intentionally for your neighbors.


    Offer Hospitality.


     Invite a neighborhood family to dinner at your house.


     Invite another church family or attendee to dinner at your house, perhaps a family or person you recently met.


     Read The Gospel Comes with a House Key by Rosaria Butterfield.



    Intentionally Invest in Your Primary Relationships.

    1. Roommates/Close Friends

    Attend Worship or a group together. Discuss what stood out to you and how God is challenging you to respond.

     Eat meals together regularly and intentionally engage with one another.


     Serve one another and serve together in the church or community.



    2. Spouse


     Develop a connection rhythm with your spouse:


    Daily: Talk daily for 15+ minutes, sharing the highs and lows of your day.
    Weekly: Go for a weekly date, spending 1-2 hours together.
    Monthly: Take a half-day or day to hike, bike, or do something recreational together.
    Annually: Take an annual trip together, just as a couple, for a romantic getaway.


     Spend time with another Christian couple whom you look up to and whose marriage you want to emulate.

     Attend marriage counseling.  Contact the Crossroads Counseling Center to learn more and make an appointment.


     Complete a marriage enrichment resource or attend a marriage retreat.

    1. Focus on the Family marriage enrichment resources
    2. Weekend to Remember Marriage Retreat

    3. Children


     Commit to raising your children in the way of the Lord and declare this publicly during a Dedication Sunday. Contact Alexa Rohlman for details about the next opportunity.


     Participate in the Salvation & Baptism Class with your child as he/she expresses interest. Learn more about the next opportunity.


     Choose a spiritual practice or rhythm to begin engaging in as a family (I.e. Bible reading, prayer, Sabbath).


     Attend an annual parenting seminar at Crossroads.



       Read the following recommended resources.


    1. The Disciple-Making Parent by Chap Bettis
    2. Sticky Faith by Kara Powell and Chap Clark
    3. Raising a Modern-Day Knight by Robert Lewis
    4. Parenting by Paul David Tripp


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    Go Further

      Become a mentor. 

      Become a group leader for kids or YTH. Contact Andrew Bondurant by email.

      Become a group leader for adults. Contact Mark Silen by email.

      Learn more about becoming a foster parent. Contact Amaris Stewart by email.

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    Have a question or comment?

    If you would like to request prayer or speak with one of our Care Team members, please text the word NOW to 812-858-8668.  If you have any questions or comments about The Roadmap, please click the "Do you have questions?"  button near the bottom of this page.

    Thank you for joining us on this journey!