How does the hope of the gospel make sense of the problems we face? How can we apply this hope to our daily lives?
Join us this fall for Gospel Care, a 12-week discipleship process that connects the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ with the suffering and struggles of everyday life. This course includes a weekly bible study, large-group teaching time, small-group interaction, and one-on-one care and discipleship with a mentor.
Men - Click here to be on the men's wait list.
Women - Women's registration is full.
Childcare: Childcare is available for kids 0-2 years old (click here to register), and Compass Kids programming is available for kids ages 3 years old-5th grade.
What can I expect the weekly study (homework) to include?
Participants should plan to spend 4-5 hours each week completing the lessons for the Bible study. Each lesson includes reading and reflecting on specific biblical passages and answering questions based on your reading. In addition, each lesson will include personal application questions.
What does the mentor relationship consist of?
Aside from the weekly teaching time, participants should plan to spend 1-2 hours per week meeting with their mentor. All mentors have received or are being trained in how to offer wise, biblical counsel, and will be your primary source of encouragement and ministry through the duration of the study.