What are D3 Groups?
D3 includes a variety of groups that meet weekly, both virtually and in person. The sole purpose of the groups is to empower and equip disciples to be followers of Christ. Every D3 Group has the same goal... to help grow into the Christ-followers God designed us to be. Our desire is that everyone in our church will be committed to a D3 Group.
"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
(Matthew 28:19-20 NIV)
What you can expect
Equips and empowers disciples to be followers of Jesus Christ.
True relationships with other believers provide support and accountability to change and grow in our love for God and others.
Follows a reproducible process in order to share, connect, serve, and disciple.
With God's help, through His people's devotion to each other, we will become better Christ-followers that go and continue the cycle:
Disciplers Discipling Disciples.
Why get involved?
Become a true follower
of Jesus Christ
There are two key words that Jesus used in the gospels: "Follow me!" Discipleship means absolute surrender to follow Jesus Christ. We stay busy with all kinds of programs and self-absorbed ministry but very little time of following Christ Himself.
Learn and grow into your gifting through the Motivational Gift Mix from Romans 12:6-8
We all have specific gifts to serve our Lord (Bold Proclaimer; Relentless Server; Researching Teacher; Enthusiastic Contributor; Organized Leader; Cheerful Heart). When we use our gifts to serve God and others, we receive deeper joy and satisfaction. Understand yourself and your spiritual gifting and undersday the gifting of Christians around you.
Grow in your
true identity in Christ
Through Scripture, God reveals to us who we are in Christ as his followers. This is our true identity. We are who God says we are - NOT who our lying emotions tell us we ought to be. This is where we will grow in our understanding of our identification with Christ in His death and resurrection.