Kalos Track exists to help women believe, adorn, and advance the gospel at Seven Mile Road.
One of our big hopes is that every woman Jesus gives us would be valued, loved, and gospeled well. Our Kalos Track trains and mobilizes the women in our church who want to partner in pronounced ways with our pastors toward seeing this happen.
WHO THE TRACK IS FOR
Women who are members-in-good-standing of Seven Mile Road and have:
Strong desire to love and disciple women long-term in the context of the local church
Track record of humility, reliability, and service to Jesus' people
Ability to attend and be fully prepared for all sessions
Willingness to ensure transparency and confidentiality in all conversations
AREAS OF EMPHASIS IN THE TRACK
Learning and applying the gospel in real time in our own lives.
Understanding and embracing the uniquely feminine glories/callings that God has given to His daughters.
Training on the basics of missional disciple-making, including:
How to disciple with gospel fluency
How to study and teach Scripture
How to live with missional intentionality
How to resolve conflict
How to work together as a team
How to thrive within your personality and wiring
ABOUT THE NAME
When Jesus’s Apostle Paul writes, by way of Pastor Titus, to the older women of the church in Crete, he encourages them to “teach what is good.” The Greek word for that is kalodidaskalos, which comes from the word kalos, which has a striking array of meanings, including: beautiful, good, of good quality, fertile, rich, honorable, distinguished, possessing moral excellence, worthy, upright, and more. Keeping this text in mind, the foundational conviction of this track is that Jesus wants women in His church to not only be fully captivated by the goodness (kalos!) of Biblical teaching on who God is, what the gospel is, what a woman is, and what it looks like for a woman to live a holy and gospel-centered life, but also teach and model the glory of these good things (kalos!) to others.
HOW THE TRACK WORKS
The track is led in concert by one of our pastors and one of our Kalos Team members.
The track meets monthly on Sunday nights from September - June with overnights taking place in November and May.
Each night time is spent in prayer, in gospel conversation, in the Word, and in engaging a specific theological or practical topic. Readings for each month include select texts of Scripture and some short readings from an array of authors.