Growing in faith is an ongoing process that includes prayer, worship, reading the Bible, and serving others. Whether you’ve just made the decision to follow Jesus, are new to Eagle Brook, or have been attending for years, we encourage you to take a step to grow in your faith.
Attend a Closer Look Class
Closer Look is a 30-minute introduction to who we are as a church. Whether you're brand new to Eagle Brook or you've been attending for years, this class is an opportunity to get further connected at the location you attend, to dig into what makes Eagle Brook unique, and learn about where we are headed as a church. We hope to see you soon!
Once you've made a decision to follow Christ, your next step is getting baptized. Baptism is a public declaration of your faith and an act of obedience in your walk with Jesus. It’s symbolic of Christ’s burial and resurrection and of your new life in Christ—for your old life has been buried and you have been raised to new life through Christ.
Read Your Bible
We believe there's value in spending time with God every day through reading your Bible. Because, if you get to know God's heart better, He will give you wisdom and understanding for all that life throws your way.
Invite A Friend
People cross our paths every day—friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors—and so many of them need the hope found in Jesus. Whether you invite them to join you at church or to watch online, you can have an eternal impact on someone’s life through a simple invitation. So, who in your life will you invite to church?
Access Bible Studies + Resources
Eagle Brook offers numerous resources to help you grow in your faith. RightNow Media is an online video library with more than 6,000 Bible-based resources from great leaders, teachers, and pastors—and it's free for Eagle Brook attenders! No matter what stage of life or faith you are in, there’s something for you.
Through the Eagle Brook app, you can watch weekend messages, read daily devotionals, give quickly and easily, follow along with key scripture from the weekend, and access the discussion guide with your family or small group. Your kids and students can even watch messages created just for them!