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Discipleship Small Groups

Groups for Men

StudyDescription and Leadership
Not Yet MarriedWe often assume that marriage will fulfill all our needs, and yet this is not what God calls us to. In this book, Marshall Segal encourages us to live and date for more now in our present season of waiting for marriage.
DC Contact: Cameron Clark
Group Leaders: Noah Thomas, Ethan Kelly, Micah Metcalf, Jonathan Sutherland, Philip Barnhart, Connor Vokac, Slade Farnsley, Stephen White
1 & 2 ThessaloniansStudy through the letters of 1 & 2 Thessalonians.
DC Contact: Daniel Graeff
Group Leaders: David Kauffman, Chad Sanderson, Isaiah Erway, Josiah St. Clair, Kyle Eliasen, Aaron Wentling, Micheal Williams
1 PeterStudy through the letter of 1 Peter.
DC Contact: Isaac Shaw
Group Leaders: Mat Bandy, Zachary Forehand, Alex Boesch, Brayden Bissonette, Andrew Ross, Alex Batts, David (Chris) Kenyon, Ben Graeff
The Gospel in Real LifeJerry Bridges shows us how the Gospel not only provides for our eternal salvation, but also benefits us in our everyday lives.
DC Contact: Jonathan Tomlinson
Group Leaders: Dan Posecznick, Shawn Ross, Kyle Brewer, Paul R. Miller, Nathanael Brown, Jeremy Patricca, Lucas Beckerink, Isaiah Higgins, Alex Webber
Living Life BackwardsKeeping the end in mind shapes how we live our lives in the here amd now. Living life backwards means taking the one thing in our future that is certain – death – and leting that inform our journey before we get there.
DC Contact:  Justin Schlabach
Group Leaders: Ethan Jepma, Drew Statts, Daniel Wellington, Nate DeRochie, Ryan North, Gaberiel Thomas, Mark Hogsted, Paul Gusmano, Nathan Wicker
Ordinary
Horton invites readers to recover their sense of joy in the ordinary. He provides a guide to sustainable discipleship that happens over the long haul – not a quick fix that leaves readers empty with unfulfilled promises.
DC Contact: Nathan Mumme
Group Leaders: Dylan Dixon, Noah Davis, Joshua Bundy, Wilson Daghfal, Samuel Schenck, Matt Wright, Jeff Proulx, Jonathan Rathbun

Groups for Women

StudyDescription & Leadership
1 & 2 ThessaloniansStudy through the letters of 1 & 2 Thessalonians.
DC Contact: Anna Kinsinger
Group Leaders: Rachel Thompson, Ashley Reynolds, Caroline Kemp, Megan McClain, Anne Burman, Jessica Barton, Jalyn Woodford, Grace Hirschler, Anna Grace Galkin, Carly Sternberg
None Like HimOur limitations are by design. We were never meant to be God. Jen Wilkin invites us to celebrate the freedom that comes when we rest in letting God be God.
DC Contact: Audrey Illig
Group Leaders: Chelsea Yarosh, Melissa Hess, Kalley Schulz, Grace Schluckebier, Brynna Zellner, Summer Bohannon, Selena Gerlach, Sarah Schweppe, Deborah Raczykowski, Elysa Cherubin, Katherynn McKay
Not Yet Married

We often assume the marriage will fulfill all our needs, and yet this is not what God calls us to. In this book, Marshall Segal encourages us to live and date for more now in our present season of waiting for marriage.
DC Contact: Angela Cross
Group Leaders: Emily Katter, Grace Mitchell, Victoria Siefert, Lauren McGuire, Madeline O'Brien, Hannah Hahnenstein, Anna Hurt, Ruthie Rogers, Morgan Yarosh, Bethany Sullivan, Taryn Williamson

1 Peter Study through the letter of 1 Peter.
DC Contact: Ellie Tallman
Group Leaders: Sarah Paulding, Alea Anthony, Ana Tomic, Katie Leong, Corinne Chadwell, Kathryn Laffetry, Katrina West, Morgan Smith, McKenzie Henry, Ellen Smith, Sarah Allen
OrdinaryHorton invites readers to recover their sense of joy in the ordinary. He provides a guide to sustainable discipleship that happens over the long haul – not a quick fix that leaves readers empty with unfulfilled promises.
DC Contact:  Emma Luman
Group Leaders: Anna Wallace, Aubrie Horton, Abbie Whitmire, Angela Aad, Jenna Kaynor, Kailee Armstrong, Alison Bachowski, Malena Jackson, Bethany Norris, Emma Beachy
Humble RootsAnderson explores how cultivating humility – not scheduling, strict boudries, or increased productivity – leads to peace.
DC Contact: Julia Schantz
Group Leaders: Jenna Wallenbeck, Lilly Simpson, Brooke Twitchell, Isabel Byrd, Alexis Widner, amelia Martin, Abigail Henry, Tori Fullerton, Emily Armstrong, Hannah Lechner, Emily Wolfe
The Gospel in Real LifeJerry Bridges shows us how the Gospel not only provides for our eteranl salvation, but also benefits us in our everyday lives.
DC Contact: Lindsey Clark
Group Leaders: Rebekah Quinter, Kassy Tallman, Hannah Haines, McKenna Kaneversky, Charis Miller, Kaylee Howell, Ellie Burrows, Lecta Shade, Olivia Deyaert
Living Life BackwardsKeeping the end in mind shapes how we live our lives in the here and now. Living life backwards means taking the one thing in our future that is certain – death – and letting that inform our journey before we get there.
DC Contact: Xandra French
Group Leaders: Lauren Schaefer, Kelly Fourman, Abigail Ruhlmann, Nicole Thiesen, Gaby Gagarinas, Madison Roberts, Catherine McGill, Christina Macris, Alana Cervera, Lydia Quandt, Brooke Smith