2019 Faith Groups – Scroll down to sign-up!

What are Faith Groups?

Faith Groups are an opportunity to discuss, share, and discover a topic of interest.

For 10-12 weeks, 12-20 people meet once a week for roughly 75 minutes. During the quarter, the group also selects and plans one service project and one social activity that they will enjoy together.

At the end of the quarter, Faith Groups are completed and members have the opportunity to join a new group the next quarter.

When do Faith Groups begin and end?

The Spring 2019 session meets from February 4 to April 27.

Why should I join a Faith Group?

Of the many reasons, here are a few: connecting and serving with fellow disciples; growing together; impacting our city; and having fun!

Who should join a Faith Group?

Adults and youth ages 12 and older should participate in a Faith Group.

(Living Faith is not able to organize childcare for each Faith Group. If you need assistance with childcare arrangements in order to participate, talk to your Faith Group facilitator for suggestions.)

How do I join a Faith Group?

Registration is required, and space is limited. Choose ONLY ONE group and sign up early to claim your spot! The last day to register is Sunday, February 10.

How do I register?

Two simple ways:

1. Scroll down to register for the group of your choice.
2. On a Sunday Connection Card

 

 

  • FG1: The Art of Marriage

    When: Tuesdays @ 6:30 pm

    Where: Living Faith

    Facilitator: Don & Tammy Jacobsen


    Interested in strengthening your marriage? Could you benefit from a relationship tune-up? The Art of Marriage helps participants create a divinely-inspired marriage. It weaves together expert teaching, real-life stories, humorous vignettes, and more to portray both the challenges and the beauty of God’s design. Every marriage is unique, expressed by the colorful personality of each spouse and textured by the circumstances at play in their lives. Blending these to make marriage work is an art form. Get ready to make a masterpiece of your marriage through this video-driven study.

  • FG2: Follow to Lead

    When: Wednesdays @ 6:30 pm

    Where: Living Faith

    Facilitator: Evan & Britani Greninger


    Jesus’ command to “go make disciples” is the foundational precept of the Great Commission. Ever wonder what that means for you? Ever considered how you could participate in disciple making? Pastor Stan Gleason explores the church’s critical mandate to make disciples from biblical, theoretical, and practical viewpoints. An accomplished disciple maker himself, Pastor Gleason encourages every believer to make disciples, and shows us how to do so.

  • FG3: Crucial Conversations

    When: Thursdays @ 7:00 pm

    Where: Living Faith Lower Level

    Facilitator: Chelsea Larson


    How do you react when someone tells you you’re wrong? What’s your response when someone criticizes you? In Crucial Conversations we’re told that a lot of human problems exist because we don’t respond well in conversations where someone disagrees with us. Perhaps if we develop the ability to better navigate these day-to-day conversations that affect our lives, we’ll make ourselves, and the world, a little more Christ-like. If you want to go broader and deeper into the fundamental principles of high-stakes communication, this is the Faith Group for you!

  • FG4: Ordering Your Private World

    When: Thursdays @ 7:00 pm

    Where: Living Faith Commons Area

    Facilitator: Brad & Chelsea Portela


    Do you sometimes feel like you’re on a spiritual roller coaster? Are you strong around other disciples, but struggle when they’re not around? Author Gordon MacDonald believes “one of the great battlegrounds is within the private world of the individual. We have schedule planners, computerized calendars, smart phones, and sticky notes to help us organize our business and social lives every day. But what about organizing the other side of our lives? the spiritual side?” Ordering Your Private World is about integrating spiritual disciplines into our daily walk with Christ.