Explore Your Faith


Biblical, Theological, and Contemporary Culture Classes

Each semester Fellows will participate in classes that help grow their Faith and also their understanding of the world around them. The classes follow a seminar format with good reading and discussion led by professors that live and believe what they teach from God's Word. Recent classes have been: Old and New Testament Survey, Faith/Work/Identity, Life and Times of Daniel the Prophet, Theistic Dynamics in Human Rights, and Civic Engagement around the Fruit of the Spirit. 

Attending and Serving a Local Church 

The Chattanooga Fellows Program is affiliated with two churches in the area. Each Fellow will faithfully worship and serve at one of these two churches. Fellows are highly encouraged to use their gifts to serve their church and to get involved in their life and community throughout the week. This years partnering churches are New City Fellowship and North Shore Fellowship.

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Find a Mentor

Each Fellow will choose a mentor who he or she will meet with throughout the length of the program. Fellows should view their mentor as a guide and support for their spiritual growth as it relates to all areas of their lives. Fellows generally meet with their mentors on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.