We believe, since before the creation of the world, God had a dream of you in his mind and the Good New of Jesus is that you can finally live into who God created you to be. As Ephesians 2:10 says, "You are God’s workmanship created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which He has prepared in advance, that you should walk in them."

Put simply, Younique has created a revolutionary process to help people get radical clarity on their Life Calling, while also equipping them with how to practically live into it. We believe this is 21st Century discipleship and we call it Gospel-Centered Life Design.

At Younique, we work with individuals in this process, but we spend a lot of our time training pastors and certifying them to use this process in their churches. Our heart's desire is for the local church, as the Body of Jesus, to be the hero...not us. 

Imagine what would happen if every single person in your local church knew exactly where God was sending them and how to live it out?

We are about the local church and we believe the local church can be the hero if they can equip and empower the people God has entrusted to them to take this journey. If fact, a movement will be unleashed.



Younique is founded by two pastors who became trainers and coaches to the broader church - Will Mancini andDave Rhodes. Will Mancini is the founder of Auxano and the author of numerous books (Building Leaders, Church Unique, Innovating Discipleship and God Dreams) on helping the church become effective at organized discipleship and visionary planning. Dave Rhodes is the Pastor of Discipleship and Movement Initiatives at Grace Fellowship Church in Atlanta, GA. He is the Co-Founder of Wayfarer and most recently led the national team at 3DM, an organization dedicated to embedding discipleship, leadership development and missional practices into the local church culture. He is the author of Refining Normal.

Will and Dave have a deep passion and demonstrated track record for creating breakthrough with great tools and experiences. Most importantly, they believe the greatest need in the church today is to release the personal vision of the people of God.