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You belong

With all that you've got going on, why join a LifeGroup? What will it benefit you? These are the stories of students who found meaningful belonging, beheld God personally and intimately, and became empowered as disciple-makers of Jesus Christ.

"I experienced belonging."


Survey of 2021-2022 participants

"I experienced God personally."


Survey of 2021-2022 participants

"I had a positive experience."


Survey of 2021-2022 participants

Group of StudentsBelong

Find belonging in any one of 80 student-led small groups meeting for one hour weekly. There are six different kinds of LifeGroups you can choose from. Or, as a faculty or staff member, join a LifeGroup specifically designed with you in mind.

Enroll in a LifeGroup
Bible Being ReadBehold

Exercise your strengths by leading a spiritually transformative small group, personalized according to your own spiritual journey and passions. Receive step-by-step mentorship from a LifeGroup Coach.

Lead a LifeGroup
Student SpeakingBecome

Do you enjoy talking about God one-on-one with others? Become a LifeGroup Coach and spiritually invest in small group leaders to the fullest.

Apply to be a LifeGroup Coach

Frequently Asked Questions

Belong. Behold. Become.

LifeGroups provide opportunities for students to belong in spiritual small group communities, to personally and intimately behold God, and to become empowered as disciple-makers of Jesus Christ.

Two. Students only receive two credits for attending one LifeGroup per week.

  1. Activity-based LifeGroups pursue belonging through activities such as worship, service, mountain biking, hiking, and more.
  2. Bible study LifeGroups pursue spiritual transformation through activities such as reading a book of the Bible or discussing prophecy. 
  3. Book-based LifeGroups utilize Christian books such as Captivating, Not a Fan, material by Beth Moore, etc. to pursue spiritual transformation through reading and discussion.
  4. Disciple-making LifeGroups guide their members to grow in their capacity to help their friends, family, co-workers, or acquaintances move toward and with Jesus.
  5. Support (non-clinical) LifeGroups offer support to individuals navigating concerns such as the pain of losing a loved one, stress and anxiety, mental health, addictions (e.g. pornography), or exploring identity.
  6. Topical pursue spiritual transformation through small group discussion on a particular topic or a variety of topics either pre-selected by the leader or suggested by group members.

We strongly encourage you to commit to only one group in order to maximize your experience. This allows you to be able to build friendship and connect more deeply with those in your LifeGroup.

With over 50 LifeGroups each semester, you’ll have no problem finding a LifeGroup that meets on a day and at a time you can commit to.

While each LifeGroup looks different based on the passions and interests of its leader, a typical LifeGroup might begin with food, mingling, and an activity before transitioning into a discussion where everyone will have the opportunity to contribute their thoughts, and close with meaningful prayer.



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