The Sanctuary Fellowship places great emphasis on each person actively growing in Christ. We want every person to experience the love of Christ and to share that love with others.

Pathways is one way that we can help you pursue maturity in Christ. So often we don’t know where to begin, or we can only think of one or two ways to try to grow in Christ. With Pathways, we want to give you some concrete handles on these areas of living with Christ and equip you with confidence that you really CAN develop your spiritual potential.

We want to encourage you to approach Pathways prayerfully by asking the Holy Spirit to fill you up and to change your heart, mind, soul, beliefs, motivations, etc. to look more like Christ through this process. Look over each Pathway and dive in—there’s a great, life-giving adventure ahead for you as you pursue Christ with passionate intentionality!

Each Pathway contains relevant Scripture passages, at least one recommended book, relational connections, and video resources to aid you in your spiritual growth as a follower of Jesus.  Scripture and prayer are our first places to start for spiritual growth.  The recommended books may be purchased in our Resource Center at TSF or through online book distributors such as Amazon.  Relational connections are encouraged to help you grow spiritually within a community of believers, and the video resources are encouraged to give you other opportunities to learn and grow at your own pace.
Video – RightNow Media
Each Pathway has some video components that can only be found on RightNow Media. TSF annually subscribes to this service and we want you to be able to enjoy it to the fullest!
Do not skip this step! These videos were specifically chosen to be an integral part of your Pathway!
We invite you to go deeper with To get access to our video library within the website, send an email to You will receive an invitation with instructions on how to get all of the videos we recommend for your Pathway plus 1,000s of other helpful titles.
Pathways should be a reminder that God is working in you and changing you daily. It’s not meant to be a source of failure/guilt nor a source of pride. With all humility, get up and get on the road that leads you closer to the heart and mind of Jesus!