What is a Redemption Group?
Redemption Groups are a gospel-centered discipleship experience designed to help facilitate (1) connection with Christ, (2) depth in community, and (3) multiplication of followers of Christ, with an emphasis on personal transformation through intentionality.
Who is it for?
Who is it for?
Redemption Groups are for any woman in any stage or circumstance in life (18 and older) who is desiring deep community with others and transformation in Christ. This particular RG gathering is interdenominational in nature and will include women from a variety of churches and backgrounds.
What to Expect
The design of Redemption Groups includes both connecting with God and connecting with one another. There are seven basic components of Redemption Groups:
Worship & Prayer (Living Room Style)
Biblical Meditation and Reflection
The Story of God & Life Stories
Debriefing and Testimonials
Devotional Time in the Word and Prayer at Home During the Week
Come try it out for yourself and experience real and lasting personal transformation in your life. We hope to see you there!
The Three Greats
OUR THREE-FOLD PURPOSE
(1) The 1st Great Commandment - To Love God. (Spiritual Renewal) “[Jesus] said to him, ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment’” (Matt 22:37-38). Our greatest purpose is to practice putting the First Commandment first by creating space for a living, active connection with Christ and spending time loving and enjoying Him.
(2) The 2nd Great Commandment - To Love Others. (Relational Health and Depth) “And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself” (Matt 22:39-40). Our second purpose is to obey the Second Commandment of loving others. We will practice this by cultivating gospel-centered relationships with one another in our small groups, large group, and also through living life together during the week.
(3) The Great Commission - To Make Disciples. (Missional Reproduction) “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matt 28:19). Our third purpose is to obey the Great Commission by making disciples. We will pursue this by having regular conversations and equipping around personal disciple making and seeking to take next steps regularly.
*With an Emphasis on Personal Transformation: As we pursue growth in these priority areas, we will be seeking to hone in on real life change. So often as followers of Christ, we absorb a lot of information, while experiencing stunted transformation. As we practice drawing near to God and applying the truth of the gospel to the details of our lives, we are asking Him to transform us from the inside out.