What is CU Discipleship?
CU Discipleship is a small group Bible study program designed to foster spiritual growth and community on campus. These groups are a great way to connect and build friendships with fellow students who will encourage you in your relationship with Jesus. We firmly believe that when it comes to spiritual growth, others can't do it for you, but you can't do it alone. Visit the Discipleship Ministries site for more information.
I am planning on coming to Cedarville and want to take part in a discipleship group (d-group). How do I get involved?
Look for sign-ups for d-groups in the Stevens Student Center during the third week of fall semester.
What are the different studies for this year's d-groups?
How often do discipleship groups meet?
Groups meet once a week for about an hour.
How many students are involved in CU Discipleship?
Approximately one-third of the student body signs up for a d-group each year. Over 100 upperclassmen are trained each year to lead these groups.
What is "Fit To Be Tied" and how do I get involved?