Journey of Generosity Facilitator Training
A Journey of Generosity Facilitator Training equips you to facilitate JOGs in person or online. A facilitator leads the Journey of Generosity experience, guiding friends and peers through conversations as the JOG takes place. At a Facilitator Training, you will learn the ethos of Generous Giving, the principles of our experiences, and practice facilitating sessions of the JOG.
By the end, we hope you catch a vision for sharing the message of biblical generosity within your spheres of influence. We encourage every trained facilitator to do a live practice of the skills they learned by convening a “Launch JOG” with close family and friends.
To become a Journey of Generosity facilitator, you must first attend a Journey of Generosity. If you have not attended a JOG, there are three ways to do so. You can…
Attend an open Online JOG with people from across the country
Host your own Online JOG with your friends
Host your own in-person JOG with your friends
We would love to have you attend a JOG before you go through training. Click here for more details!
How long is a Journey of Generosity Facilitator Training?
Online trainings are 4.5 hours, and in-person trainings are 7 hours.
What are the differences between online and in-person trainings?
Online trainings are conducted over Zoom, a video call platform, and are a condensed version of the in-person training. The same content is covered in both contexts.
Are facilitator trainings offered online?
Yes! Participants can register for online and in-person trainings here.
Will I be trained to facilitate both in-person JOGs and Online JOGs?
At a facilitator training, you will be trained to facilitate an in-person JOG. If you are interested in facilitating an Online JOG, we will ask you to get certified by watching a short video that acquaints you with our Online JOG platform.
How are people experiencing the training?
Being a JOG facilitator is a ministry role that can be carried out by a “non-ministry” businessman like myself. When the Holy Spirit moves into the room and you see hearts starting to change, when the switch flips and people start to “get it,” it is like no other feeling in the world. I mean, how often do we get an opportunity to be arm in arm with the Holy Spirit? It is so rewarding to be involved in sharing a life-changing message. - Ron W. (Rockport, TX)