What Is G3?
We acknowledge that we are all broken people and, as a church body, we are called to walk with one another through the struggles in our lives. G3 groups are one way we strive to do this.
G3 groups provide a small group atmosphere where individuals invest a season of their lives to overcome a particular life-dominating struggle of sin or suffering. The groups provide a safe environment where members learn insights and skills that will allow them to more fully engage in biblical community. These groups are not meant to be long-term substitutes for missional small group community life.
“G” is for gospel-centered groups. Rather than making an issue, struggle, or sin the centerpiece of our groups, we strive to make the gospel of Christ the core of all of our groups. Our identity is not found in an issue, but in an individual — the person of Christ. The “3” designates the three types of groups that are offered within this ministry.
What are the types of G3 Groups?
Recovery Groups help people recover from life-dominating sins, addiction, or traumatic life events. Examples of Recovery Groups include:
- Substance Abuse
- Marriage Betrayal: Recovering from the Betrayal of Your Spouse’s Sexual Sin
- Sexual Addiction
Support Groups provide encouragement and support during a prolonged period of suffering or hardship. Examples of Support Groups include:
- Divorce Care
- Divorce Care for Kids
- Pain, Suffering, Long-Term Illness
Process Groups help people process problematic emotions or multiple life stressors. Examples of Process Groups include:
- Anxiety & Depression
- SALT: Sexually Abused Learning to Thrive
- Faith & Finance
How to join a G3 Group?
Current groups are listed below, and you can sign up for a group our request more information by clicking on the group. If you have an immediate need, or are interested in a type of group not listed, please contact your elder, Mike Phillips, or Vanessa Hawkins.