What it means to become a Timothy Project Graduate:
Assurance in who you are and who created you.
Fear will have no hold on you.
Stand by your purpose and family.
Security in Christ that outlasts any trial.
Choose Your Program
Men with the tenacity to teach themselves or the desire to bring this to a group can buy the Timothy Project book and let it guide them through their journey.
Join six like-minded men as you meet with the Author Randy Bronkema online and are lead through the course. Graduates receive a graduation ceremony, a certificate, and are welcomed into our growing community.
-Join our mission-
The Timothy Project is a non-profit dedicated to helping followers of Christ with restless hearts and a strong desire to follow Jesus, find their mission and the courage to achieve it.
We cannot do this alone.
The Timothy Project is a non-profit dedicated to helping Men with restless hearts and a strong desire to follow Jesus, find their mission and the courage to achieve it. This program is more than just a book. With all of the modern male movements in our country today, the modern Church is having trouble reaching men. Women comprise more than 60 percent of the average church congregation on any given Sunday. At least one fifth of married women regularly worship without their husbands.
This does not follow God’s design.
“Christianity as it currently exists has done some terrible things to men. When it is all said and done I think most men believe they were put on this earth to be a good boy…..Really now, do I overstate my case? Walk into most churches in America, have a look around, and ask yourself this question: What is a Christian man? Don’t listen to what is said, look at what you find there. You’d have to admit a Christian man is.. bored.” – Wild at Heart, John Eldridge
Timothy Project is moving beyond West Michigan.
By God’s grace we will reach over 75,000 people with the Timothy Project. In the next five years we will double that amount and reach over 250,000 with purpose and passion.
Confidence. Courage. Commitment. Control.
“The evangelistic harvest is always urgent. The destiny of men and of nations is always being decided. Every generation is strategic. We are not responsible for the past generation, and we cannot bear the full responsibility for the next one, but we do have our present generation. God will hold us responsible as to how well we fulfill our responsibilities to this age and take advantage of our opportunities.” Billy Graham
“We can choose the sounds we want to listen to; we can choose the taste we want in food, and we should choose to do what is right. But first of all we must define among ourselves what is good.” Job 34:3-4(LB)
We will be servant leaders.
We will be dreamers.
We will do the will of God.
We will be men of compassion and generosity.
We will have courage to take risks.
We will be achievers.
“I am a 55-year-old Christian husband, father, and businessman. For the better part of my adult life I sought the path I should be on and the role God would have me play in this world. For most of this time, I felt uncomfortable and out of place, especially in the work environment. I prayed earnestly for God’s guidance, yet I remained passive, waiting for life’s circumstances to come to me, waiting for the “door to open.” Being passive caused me to merely react to the challenges I faced. Before I committed to working with Randy, I was defeated, confused and at times bitter over what “life” had done to me
“I had heard of The Timothy Project since we began attending Chapel Pointe in 2004. Since the target demographic was billed as “young men” I really did not think it applied to me. That was before I became an “empty nester” of sorts and realized I needed to become part of something – to repeat an overused phrase – “greater than myself”. But what?
The Timothy Project helped me identify my gifts, abilities, and passions. In
“The Timothy Project was an intense yet rewarding leadership development program; it equipped me with the fundamental knowledge and experience that is essential for all effective leaders. In hindsight, my experience with the Timothy Project led to a pivotal moment in my life. Randy led me through an organized process to help me learn about and define my purpose, based on a set of values. As a result, my decisions moving forward are filtered through my defined purpose, guiding me towards a successful life. The Timothy Project also helped shift my paradigm of success as a lifelong process of learning and serving, instead of temporary achievements.
Randy is an inspiring leader and mentor and I could always count on him to challenge my status quo. In addition, he stood beside me during key moments in my life and taught what it means to lead by serving. He provided the tools I needed to help me fully understand my purpose and leadership abilities. By example, Randy helped me understand what a successful person looks like. Leading me to where I am today, and where I will go in the future. My hope is that more people can have the experience I did by committing to the Timothy Project.”