More Than You Realize

The Origin of MTYR

They say, “you need a personal relationship with Jesus.” But the question is, “okay, how?” Without an encounter with Jesus and an interior prayer life, Christianity doesn’t make much sense. That’s why we’ve taken up the mission to help you experience Jesus personally, become his disciple, and to see that all of this really will make your life better…

We have consulted with some of the best leaders in the Church today, engaged the Church’s source documents on discipleship, and studied the sociological realities of the early church and our own times. Christianity’s explosive growth was the result of something both simple and profound. What we found can’t be made into a program for distribution, can’t be microwaved, or scaled quickly.

We believe there is no other way to assist the Master than to mimic his method. Just as Christ invested deeply and personally in his disciples, we mirror this “life on life ministry” because we believe YOU are Christ’s mission to the world.  This was the fundamental principle that guided us in constructing More Than You Realize Experiences.

From the easily accessible experience of The Way, to the immersive On Fire, and the recently piloted Your Mission, we are offering something needed in the Church today: genuine formation at the heart of the Christian experience! Through these experiences, Christ integrates a person’s knowledge of the faith with self-awareness around one’s unique gifting, growth in Christian virtue, a rich prayer life in communion with God, as well as ongoing discernment about a person’s call to mission. To equip Catholics as missionary disciples for today’s culture, our formation experiences provide:

  • Growth opportunities rooted in the four areas of Christian maturity: spiritual, human, intellectual and apostolic formation;
  • Personal coaching to discover one’s unique gifting and strengths as members of Christ’s Body;
  • Spiritual direction for a more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ through the interior life of prayer;
  • Mentorship in discerning one’s mission in service to the Kingdom of God;
  • Fellowship within a community of practice for increased missionary outreach to the margins of our society.

Our approach to formation assumes that missionary discipleship is a developmental process of personal growth in Christ. For discipleship to bear fruit out in the world—to be missionary—it must become a way of life oriented toward the restoration, healing and renewal of the human person. A disciple cannot do for others what he or she has not yet experienced for themselves.

Four places we can meet you on your personal journey:

The Way

On Fire

Your Mission