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2019 Eighteen Inch Journey: Phase Two


May 30 - November 20, 2019




Applications for 2019 have closed


Phase 1 Alumni (2016 - 2018)


The Eighteen Inch Journey, Phase II, is a six-month school of transformation, devoted to the development of the whole person - body, soul and spirit. Together, we are pursuing the growth of powerful and balanced lives in submission to Jesus, unto overflow that changes the earth.

In considering your application, we are looking for those who are committed and READY to do the work it takes to live and cultivate a whole-hearted life. These six months are a deeper dive into all of the rhythms and values introduced during the Eighteen Inch Journey Phase I. Our focus for wholeness and transformation is a Body, Soul and Spirit Connection.  We have created an environment for transformation that is rooted in the saving work of the Gospel. We believe that what you get out of it is entirely up to you. We cannot want your wholeness more than you want it! 

Please read and consider the following before submitting an application for 2019.  





  • Weekly One-on-Ones

  • Weekly Teaching + Impartation

  • Weekly Practice with Heart Tools

  • Weekly Creative Rhythms

  • Weekly Classes on Cooking and Food Preparation

  • Scheduled Group Workouts and Physical Activity

  • Sessions on sexual wholeness and purity

  • To cultivate a love for the Word and time with God

Our expectations

  • Humility and constant willingness to learn

  • For you to come with a vision for your wholeness, we will not work harder than you

  • For you to come ready to practice vulnerability and trust with leadership

  • For you to come ready to receive correction and feedback

  • That you are practicing the heart tools (reflective prayer / trip-in) regularly, leading up to and all throughout the school

Community Living


  • To live in communal housing similar to Phase I

  • To engage in the rhythms of family during meals

  • To learn basics of cooking and food preparation

  • To pursue physical wellness as a community through exercise and physical activity

  • To learn the beauty of healthy relational boundaries

  • To learn how to invest in healthy relationships

  • To practice powerful communication on a daily basis

Our EXPECTations

  • For you to be flexible in your living arrangement (in camps and schools, Phase II students frequently rotate living spaces)

  • For you to practice healthy relational boundaries in friendship, with the opposite sex, and in community living

  • For you to pursue the gift of beautiful friendships and reject patterns of isolation

  • That you engage rhythms of exercise with a goal to cultivate self-care and to learn to live a healthy, balanced life - not out of competition or comparison



  • Phase II to be a full-time commitment

  • A full class schedule Monday through Friday with homework and projects outside of class time

  • To have free time on many nights and weekends

  • Weekly rhythms of exercise to teach you how to sustainably care for your body

  • Rhythms of Sabbath and Rest

  • The schedule to shift as we weave in and out of camps, community gatherings, ministry events, and into the 2019 Phase I school

Our EXPECTations

  • Flexibility

  • A strong work ethic

  • A willingness to initiate beyond what is scheduled or asked

  • An understanding that you are submitting to a structured school and that it will require work outside of class

Creative Rhythms 


  • 3 + hours per week of Art Class

  • 2 + hours per week of Music Class

  • 6 + hours per week of Collectives

  • to be S T R E T C H E D in creative rhythms

  • Access to studios and creative materials

  • Access & feedback from staff and teachers

Our EXPECTations

  • A willingness to take risks everyday

  • A belief that creativity is an essential pillar to wholehearted living

  • A desire to move beyond doing the bare minimum and fully engage projects and assignments. “The key to discipline is desire”

  • For you to take advantage of the resources and materials provided so that you can pursue excellence

Servant Leadership


Part 1 : May - August 

  • To learn the value of stewardship & ownership

  • Kitchen Prep

  • Cleaning & Maintaining the buildings and grounds

  • Tending the Community Garden

  • Daily upkeep of Personal Spaces

  • Life Skills

Part 2 : August - November
(Phase I) 

  • To learn the value of serving others

  • Preparation of meals and daily meal clean up

  • Assisting collective leaders

  • Leading work crews during Farm Cleaning blocks

  • Set up & Restoration of spaces for all school events

Our EXPECTations

  • A willingness to lay down your life for something bigger than yourself

  • For you to show up for all sessions ready to engage

  • A submission to authority that leads to growth

  • A desire to serve your leaders and fellow students with a joyful heart


Please consider these expectations before you apply for the 2019 Phase Two School


Applications for 2019 have closed