“We loved you so much that we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well, because you had become so dear to us.”
—1 Thessalonians 2:8
Growth Groups at Grace College are an important part of the spiritual life of each student. These are small groups of students from your residence hall who meet weekly for encouragement, bible study, and prayer. Each group is led by a Growth Group Leader (GGL), an upper class student volunteer. GGLs are part of a floor leadership team that are chosen to help provide spiritual development for the students entrusted to them.
Growth Groups provide an atmosphere of Relationship, Encouragement, Accountability, and Love both corporately and individually.
A place where relationships are explored
Strengthening and deepening relationship with God and/or friends
A place where encouragement can be experienced
Opportunities to practice “one another” principles in Scripture
A place where accountability can be expected
Opportunities to show support through community standards
Opportunities for intentional areas of growth
Love is exemplified
Opportunities for grace, mercy, and understanding to be extended
Opportunities for outward acts of service
Every student at Grace is encouraged to participate in a growth group.
First-year students are required to attend growth groups.