“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” (T. S. Eliot)
How to Join Intrepid
Joining Intrepid is simple. Just follow these steps ...
1. find a location
For starters check out our Strategic Communities list.
2. connect with us
Drop us an email to connect and dream together.
3. mobilize a team
Gather together a group of friends to join together in this. 3 for starters.
4. join a cohort
Join a 6-12 month Intrepid cohort for in-depth training.
Move to your new location (unless you're already there).
6. pray weekly
Gather weekly to pray with your team for your community.
After completion of your cohort launch your new idea.
8. stay connected
Participate in quarterly regionals and monthly coaching calls.
There are multiple pathways for you to join Intrepid. Since we’re linked to and part of several organizations it means you have options.
What if you could bring your passions and skills into ministry?
"When God puts a passion in your heart, whether it be relieving starvation in Africa or educating children in the inner city or making movies with redemptive messages, that God-ordained passion becomes your responsibility. And you have a choice to make. Are you going to be irresponsibly responsible or responsibly irresponsible?" (Mark Batterson)
Passion + Planting
How do you turn what you're passionate about into a way to love people and the community you're in? Build trails, work on bikes, take someone snowboarding, roast coffee, run together, quilt, grow vegetables, and so much more. Maybe you're a lot more intrepid than you thought. Build a trail, plant a church.
Those who are intrepid are risk takers. Not reckless and impulsive, but willing to step out in faith and go against the current. So much of church planting in North America has been captured by professionalism. Most of us are not rock stars nor even like big crowds. What if evangelism and church planting was simply about being who God wired and made you to be? What if you could actually use your God-give passions, experiences, and interests to live intentionally in a town, connect with those who've yet to experience God's love, and out of that see a new church birthed?
What if you could join others in this church planting adventure?
“There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot.” (Aldo Leopold)
Are you an intrepid adventurer and church planter? If so, we'd love to connect! Admittedly Intrepid Missions is a strange breed ... combining outdoor adventure enthusiasts with creative start-ups with community / economic development with church planting with off-the-beaten-path kinds of places. Maybe not a strange breed, but a rare breed.