GROWTH GROUP CURRICULUM OPTIONS

GROWTH GROUP CURRICULUM OPTIONS

There will always be the opportunity for each group to discuss and apply the sermons from Sunday morning. However, the following is a list of approved curriculum options for Growth Groups to utilize as well. This is list a listing of different tools that we believe are doctrinally sound and in line with our church’s mission and core values.

As you consider what to study, it is important that your group engages in a variety of studies to develop a well-rounded approach to discipleship.

  • KNOWING: Grow in our understanding of God, His Word, and the Gospel
  • BEING: Grow in our understanding of our identity in Christ
  • DOING: Grow in our personal worship, daily obedience, and practical commitment to Jesus in all areas of life

KNOWING

  • Christian Beliefs (Wayne Grudem)
  • Why Trust the Bible? (Greg Gilbert)
  • What Is the Gospel? (Greg Gilbert)
  • Who Is Jesus? (Greg Gilbert)
  • Knowing God (J.I. Packer)
  • Seeing and Savoring Jesus Christ (John Piper)
  • Behold Your God • DVD Series
  • The Joy of Fearing God (Jerry Bridges)
  • Knowledge of the Holy (A.W. Tozer)
  • More than A Carpenter (Josh McDowell)

BEING

  • Gospel Revolution • DVD Series (JD Greear)
  • Quieting A Noisy Soul (Jim Berg)
  • Relationships: A Mess Worth Making (P. Tripp, T. Lane)
  • Respectable Sins (Jerry Bridges)
  • Trusting God (Jerry Bridges)
  • True Community (Jerry Bridges)
  • The Gospel for Real Life (Jerry Bridges)

DOING

  • How to Walk into Church (Tony Payne)
  • Your Walk with God Is A Community Project • DVD Series (P. Tripp)
  • 6 Steps to Talking about Jesus • DVD Series (Matthias Media)
  • Ready to Launch: Jesus-Centered Parenting in a Child-Centered World • DVD Series (JD Greear)
  • Essential Virtues (Jim Berg)
  • Changed Into His Image (Jim Berg)
  • Created for His Glory (Jim Berg)
  • Honest Evangelism (Rico Tice)
  • What Is A Healthy Church Member? (Thabiti Anybwile)
  • The Hole in Our Holiness (Kevin DeYoung)
  • When Sinners say “I Do” (Dave Harvey)
  • The Treasure Principle (Randy Alcorn)