• Consider your influence, legacy, and passion.
  • Uncover how God may be moving you to specific action.

What's Embark?

Embark is a post-JOG study designed to help answer the “what’s next?” question. We hope that the stories, readings, discussions, and tools will give you a vision for practical applications of generosity in your life.

  1. Decide to Host

    Register Your Embark Group

    Check your email after you register for information and links.
  2. Order the Embark Booklet

    Order here

    Want to print them instead? Check your email for a PDF after you register.
  3. Access the Embark Stories and Teachings

    Stories and teachings

Embark has 5 sessions. Each session is 60 minutes.

Session 1: Power of Contentment

Session 2: Provocative Lifestyle Distinction

Session 3: Permission to Focus

Session 4: Planning Your Legacy

Session 5: A People Who Say 'Yes'


Is Embark different than a JOG? Embark is designed to be a practical next step in your generosity journey focusing on how God may be moving you to specific action. Similar to the JOG, Embark incorporates stories, readings, and group discussion. Embark does not require a trained facilitator and includes self-guided prompts for individuals or groups to easily move through the content.
How long is Embark? Embark is designed to be completed over five weeks with one session a week. It can also be conducted in a one-day format or over a weekend. Each session is about 60 minutes.
Do you have to attend a JOG before going through Embark? No. While it’s helpful to attend a JOG first, it’s not required.
How do I host an Embark group? Click here
Where do I get materials for Embark? Click here
What’s the ideal group size? The ideal size is a group of 6-10, but it can also be completed as a couple or as an individual.
Where could I host Embark? Anywhere you can gather your friends for a comfortable conversation, like your home or a retreat venue.
What if I have more questions about Embark? Email lindsey@generousgiving.org or call 321.328.1463.

Attending an Embark study is a valuable addition to attending a JOG. A JOG gives the inspiration to be generous while an Embark study adds to that and also provides ideas and a process for becoming more generous on a personal basis. Nothing is forced or mandatory, but the idea is beautifully presented

- Embark & JOG Host

[Embark] was huge for us. It will be so helpful going forward to have a scriptural framework of how to apply biblical generous giving… to every day life.

- Harvard MBA

[The online delivery tool is amazing! Session 2 (spending/saving) was my favorite. "War-time lifestyle" is life-changing. Really good questions for discussion and for self-discovery/diagnosis. Growing into the life that is truly life!

- Wharton MBA