...helping individuals to investigate the Christian faith, to study the Bible for themselves, to live out their faith and to learn to help others do the same
The Navigators UK have received a calling from Christ to advance his gospel and his kingdom into the nations through spiritual generations of labourers living and discipling among the lost. To achieve this we have had to focus on two complementary strategies. The first is to gain expertise in core areas, building disciples in specific contexts such as the university and local church worlds. The other is to work regionally with core ministries to keep disciples labouring life-long.
Our regional ministries seek to unite our experience of working in core areas in order to help people life-long, whether this is helping a young student meet and follow Christ, helping a disciple to transition fruitfully into the working world or co-labouring with local churches to help people make disciples out amongst the lost.
Since 1955 The Navigators UK have been gaining disciple-making expertise in several cultural mission fields within the UK. Whether it is with students, graduates, churches or overseas missions we have sought to gain valuable insights in how to draw people closer to Christ and help them in turn to reach out to others. Each national ministry has many years experience specific to its area and seeks to be a source of expertise to the wider body of Christ in the UK and further afield.
The Navigators offer the several training opportunities for those people involved with our work.