One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
A group of female students engage in discipleship conversation

Discipleship Small Groups

Groups for Men

Study Description and Leadership
Hole in Our Holiness “This is a book for those of us who are ready to take holiness seriously, ready to be more like Jesus, ready to live in light of the grace that produces godliness.  This is a book about God’s power to help us grow in personal holiness and to enjoy the process of transformation.”
DC Contact: Ethan Jepma
Group Leaders: Jonah Metcalf, Ben Rowell, John McNally, Jerry Baum, Michael White, Johnah Lynch, Brent Krisovitch
Don’t Waste Your Life “This book is a passionate plea to the next generation to avoid the dangers of a wasted life, calling us to take risks and make sacrifices that matter for eternity-with a single, soul-satisfying passion for the glory of God that seeks to make much of him in every sphere of our lives.”
DC Contact: Jonathan Sutherland
Group Leaders: Luke Deberny, Nate Aust, Drew Williams, Josiah Mason, Devin Baab, Justin Schlatman, Sean Beverly, Slade Farnsley
Ephesians “Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel.  Unfortunately, we live in a day with much superficial Christianity. Much shallow teaching is going around, but when you get to Ephesians, you dive into what Paul calls ‘the incalculable riches of the Messiah’ (3:8).  It is a great place to dive in deep and discover the true meaning of the gospel.”
DC Contact: Ben Greaff
Group Leaders: Andrew Glessner, Clay Ehr, Josiah Bitner, Jeremiah Metcalf, Caleb Veinotle, Zach Forehand, Micah Metcalf, Drew Saats
Hebrews “Hebrews is not for the spiritually faint of heart.  Hebrews is for those whose endurance will be richly rewarded with a remarkable portrait of Christ as well as teaching us to read and rightly interpret the Old Testament, which points to him!  Let us treasure him, our Creator and Redeemer,  He is worthy, for he is supreme over all things.”
DC Contact: Dan Posecznick
Group Leaders: Paul Scanlan, Luke Wiley, Andrew Vrom, Bradley Rohrig, Paul Miller, Mark Hodsed, Michael Williams
Gentle and Lowly “Christians know what Jesus Christ has done - but who is he?  What is his deepest heart for his people, weary and faltering on their journey toward heaven?  Jesus said he is ‘gentle and lowly in heart.’  This book reflects on these words, opening up a neglected yet central truth about who he is for sinners and sufferers today.”
DC Contact:  Lucas Beckerink
Group Leaders: Lucas Kimball, Samuel Schenck, Stephen Chow, Brandon Craighead, Caden Henthorn, Nathan Angstadt, Ricky Knapp
James “There are two primary reasons we study the book of James.  The first is to examine the relationship between faith and works, and the second is to explore the impact of our faith on life in this city and in this world.  Faith moves Christians to take steps of radical obedience to make the gospel known all around the world.”
DC Contact: Nathanael Brown
Group Leaders: Daniel Wellington, Nicolas Snyder, Lucas Knoerr, Michael Smithers, Gavin Smith, Ross Anderson, Joshua Mesloh, Kyle Eliasen

Groups for Women

Study Description & Leadership
Because He Loves Me “I believe that most Christians think fondly of Jesus, are sincerely grateful for salvation, and remember his name as a tagline when they pray, but they don’t see his work and life as something to contemplate every moment of every day...What I’ll be asking you to consider throughout this book may be summarized in one simple sentence.  In your pursuit of godliness, have you left Jesus behind?”
DC Contact: Madeline O’Brien
Group Leaders: Abby Gosselink, Yuging (Rainbow) He, Allie Schluckebeir, , Hannah Lechner, Rebekah Leonard, Elisabeth Novak, Jessie Santen, Bethany Wightman, Eliza Brokaw, Emma Beachy
Seated with Christ “Many of us live half alive.  We compare, compete, self-analyze, and self-promote in our endless, busy pursuit of perfection.  Seated with Christ heralds a new kind of living.  If it’s true what Scripture says, that we are treasured by God and given a place at His table, then all we need to do is to take our seats.  Heather Holleman shows us how.”
DC Contact: Grace Schluckebier
Group Leaders: Gabrielle Bouquet, Tara Keller, Caroline Tomlinson, Lilly Simpson, Jenna Martin, Anna Winter, Sarah Schweppe, Ellie Beeler, Victoria Fullerton, Madelyn Hansen
Don’t Waste Your Life “This book is a passionate plea to the next generation to avoid the dangers of a wasted life, calling us to take risks and make sacrifices that matter for eternity-with a single, soul-satisfying passion for the glory of God that seeks to make much of him in every sphere of our lives.”
DC Contact: Katherynn McKay
Group Leaders: Brooke Twitchell, Sydney Bane, Chelsea Yarosh, Sarah Allen, Rachel Walquist, Makayla Stanley, Maria Smith, Kelly Fourman, Kaitlin Richards
Ephesians “Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel.  Unfortunately, we live in a day with much superficial Christianity. Much shallow teaching is going around, but when you get to Ephesians, you dive into what Paul calls ‘the incalculable riches of the Messiah’ (3:8).  It is a great place to dive in deep and discover the true meaning of the gospel.”
DC Contact: Kathryn Lafferty
Group Leaders: Ashley Reynolds, Abby Kenyon, Hannah Hahnenstein, Angela Aad, Taylor Beigle, Alease Breir, Jyun Yuan Klein, Anna Dubois, Megan Reed, Bethany Norris
Hebrews “Hebrews is not for the spiritually faint of heart.  Hebrews is for those whose endurance will be richly rewarded with a remarkable portrait of Christ as well as teaching us to read and rightly interpret the Old Testament, which points to him!  Let us treasure him, our Creator and Redeemer,  He is worthy, for he is supreme over all things.”
DC Contact:  Nicole Thiesen
Group Leaders: McKenzie Henry, Heidi Raine, Carly Sternberg, Anna Wallace, Abbie Whitmire, Anne Burman, Amelia Martin, Malena Jackson, Deborah Raczykowski, Ally Keefer
Gentle and Lowly “Christians know what Jesus Christ has done - but who is he?  What is his deepest heart for his people, weary and faltering on their journey toward heaven?  Jesus said he is ‘gentle and lowly in heart.’  This book reflects on these words, opening up a neglected yet central truth about who he is for sinners and sufferers today.”
DC Contact: Jenna Lyn Wallenbeck
Group Leaders: Abigail Henry, Gabby Gigarinas, Leanna Book, Lauren Schafer, Kailee Armstrong, Katie Marks, Noelle Bowers, Selena Gerlach, Kaylie Klotzbach, Emily Armstrong
James “There are two primary reasons we study the book of James.  The first is to examine the relationship between faith and works, and the second is to explore the impact of our faith on life in this city and in this world.  Faith moves Christians to take steps of radical obedience to make the gospel known all around the world.”
DC Contact: Morgan Smith
Group Leaders: Olivia Harris, Abby Zettlemoyer, Katrina West, Megan Collom, Cassidy Brammer, Lauren Regier, Kalley Schulz, Emily Wolfe, Abigail Sheridan, Katie Seher