TELEIOS

The Greek word teleios means: Mature or full grown, having arrived at an end or objective. In Matthew 5:48 Jesus says: Ye must be teleioi (masculine plural) as your heavenly Father is teleios (masculine singular).

WHAT DOES TELEIOS MEAN

BALANCE: It’s a place to be known. In our culture there are very few places where we feel comfortable talking about what is really going on in the interior of our lives.

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PERSPECTIVE: Fellowship, or experiencing life together with other Christian brothers, helps keep a proper perception of our lives. Only in a small group can we experience authenticity, not surface-level chit-chat.

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VALUE OF WALKING TOGETHER: It’s important to have a place to bring our faith and doubts, a place to figure out and process life together with other men. Life is meant to be shared.

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WHY PARTICIPATE

IN A GROUP

HOW DOES IT WORK

How do I get involved?

There are two main ways that we help men get involved in a group. We either help you start a group with friends, or we can plug you into an existing group. We currently have over 90 plus groups in the greater Seattle-Tacoma area.

What is the format?

We do our best to model each group after Act 2:42: “They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”


Most of our groups last 75 to 90 minutes and meet weekly. Each week we spend the first 30 to 40 minutes reading a chapter of scripture and then discussing it. After that we check in with each guy and he has a chance to share what is going on in his life. We finish each weekly gathering with prayer

What is shared?

We talk about everything from home life to work to recreation and spirituality. Each man is encouraged to share at whatever level he is comfortable with.

WHAT IS TELEIOS

Teleios is a ministry founded to help men reach maturity in Christ through building bonds of friendship with other men.

We utilize weekly small group meetings, prayer retreats and service opportunities as vehicles for growth and maturity in Christ.

The groups help men bring greater balance to their lives, positively impacting their relationship with Jesus Christ, their family, career, workplace and community.

Teleios was incorporated in 1980 and was a natural culmination of Connie’s work at Fuller, his many years with Young Life, and his ability to establish rapport with men. The Name “Teleios” is a Greek word which means “adult, full grown or mature.” 

        A WORD FROM OUR                                                  

      CELEBRATION KEYNOTE

            BART TARMAN

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At the annual Teleios dinner our keynote, Bart Tarman, shared how Jesus is the Teleios of God.  Click Here to hear his thoughts (begin at minute 39).  Also if were not able to join us but would like to give a gift please visit out Giving page.