Have you overcome a difficult issue of sin or suffering in your life and want to know how you can use the experience to care for others?Did that season of life leave you feeling like you were alone and as if no one else was dealing with the same struggle that you faced? Does that season of loneliness in your struggle motivate you to help others who might be facing the same or similar struggles that you faced? Do you want to see II Corinthians 1:3-5 be expressed through your life?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, I would love you to invite you to learn more about our G4 ministry and the opportunities that are available to serve.
What is G4?
G4 Groups generally consist of 4-12 participants who are grouped together to work through curriculum that is tailored to their specific struggle. G4 provides a small group type of atmosphere where people are able to give a period of time to overcoming a life-dominating struggle with sin or suffering. In this environment we provide a safe environment for our group members to safely gain insight and skills that allow them to engage more fully in life and other biblical community.
How Can I Help?
As someone who has personally overcome a struggle with a significant period of sin or suffering it is possible that you could help to facilitate a group. Our group facilitators are asked to walk alongside those who desire to see growth in their particular area of struggle as they desire to walk closer with the Lord. Our goal is that through the process of coming alongside others in a similar struggle, each participant will understand their own sin or suffering story better. Some examples of current groups include:
- Marriage Betrayal
- Men’s Purity
- Women’s Purity
- Substance Abuse
We are currently looking for leadership in a number of groups like the ones listed above. Additionally, as we prepare to launch a new campus in February 2020 we are looking to start new groups. Training is provided to help leaders understand how to walk with individuals who are struggling within the context of the group. If you are interested in volunteering to facilitate a group, please reach out to our director John Chapman here.