Discipleship Groups


Discipleship Groups (D-Groups) are gender-specific groups of 3-5 people who meet weekly for deep, biblical discipleship. D-Groups provide believers with a framework for fulfilling the Great Commission through discipleship (Matt. 28:28-29). 

Every member of a discipleship group will be challenged to grow in these four areas: spiritual disciplines, personal holiness, meaningful accountability, and deep discipleship.

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What to Expect

  • D-Groups are invitation only, closed groups. Each group member agrees to the expectations of involvement at the outset.

  • D-Groups are comprised of believers who disciple one another. This means D-Groups will have a "point-person" who organizes the group, but each member is active in weekly discipleship.

  • D-Groups are accountable relationships with a small group of men or women.

  • D-Groups multiply annually to fulfill the Great Commission. This is an essential component of D-Groups, releasing disciples to make more disciples.

  • D-Groups work best as a supplement to Life Groups, not a replacement of them.



The RANSOM Bible Study Method is a simple six-step process reflected in the word RANSOM that functions as an acrostic, where each letter of the word stands for an action to take as you read the Scripture: READ, ASK, NOTE, SUMMARIZE, OBEY, MEDITATE.

The Knowing the Bible series is a line of Bible studies designed to help Bible readers better understand and apply God’s Word. study covers one book of the Bible over 12 weeks, making practical applications and connections between the passage and the rest of Scripture.

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