Become a WisdomWalker

 Wisdom - Relationships = Nothing



Ultimately, the fruit of a WisdomWalker

grows on other people's trees.


Wisdom + Relationships = Influence

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Are you ready to become a WisdomWalker? All you need to become a WisdomWalker is an internal desire to walk like Jesus and make a difference in the lives of those you care about. You can be a catalyst for generational change!

A WisdomWalker has four key relationships - Walker, Watchmen, Warriors, and Workmen. It's the perfect blend of mentoring, accountability, and discipleship. And without these key relationships it will be increasingly more difficult for you to live a life that matters - a life of influence.

  • The Walker (1 John 2:6) - The first relationship is your own passionate personal pursuit of Jesus.  So even if you haven’t identified a mentor, even if you’re not currently in a warrior relationship with other believers, and even if you’re not yet intentional about influencing other, take the WisdomWalks journey yourself. In 1 John 2:6 we are told "whoever claims to live in him must walk as Jesus did."  This will challenge you and encourage you to grow spiritually and then inspire you to make a difference.  Plus, like it or not, you are influencing others right now!  So take the wisdom from the pages of WisdomWalks and pursue Jesus personally!


  • The Watchman (Proverbs 13:20) - In this relationship, the Watchman is a wise teacher – someone who has more life experience and desires to pass on in-the-trenches, real-life wisdom to the next generation. It is all about surrounding yourself with wise people. Proverbs 13:20 says, "The one who walks with the wise will become wise, but a companion of fools will suffer harm." The one being mentored, the Walker, has the opportunity to capitalize on what the mentor has learned, avoid similar mistakes, and implement principles and practices with a proven track record.  


  • The Warrior (Proverbs 27:17) - In this relationship, the Warrior is a close friend – there is mutual mentoring and accountability with each person completely committed to helping the other become everything God intends. Both are committed to help the other stay true to what God has called them to do.  Attitudes and actions are confronted firmly and lovingly.  Every area of life is open for discussion – it’s where iron sharpens iron (Proverbs 27:17). There’s transparency that allows real transformation to happen.  Warriors form your inner circle of friends. 


  • The Workman (Luke 6:40) - In this relationship, the Workman is a disciple – someone who has a desire to grow in spiritual maturity and live out the faith.  The focus is on discipleship - spiritual training and growth, using the study and application of God’s Word in every circumstance and life area. More than a teacher-student relationship, it follows the model of what Jesus did: He lived out the truth and taught it at the same time. In Luke 6:40, Jesus said, "A student is not above his teacher, but everyone who is fully trained will be like his teacher."


Life is all about relationships.

Proverbs 18:1 says "One who isolates himself pursues selfish desires; he rebels against all sound judgement."

Each one of us needs a Walker, Watchman, a Warrior, and a Workman.  AND, we need to be those things as well for others!




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