A G-3 is a group of three (or more) faculty members meeting regularly three times a quarter for community, growth, and prayer. A G-3 is committed to:
• community: a chance to share with a few others about challenges and opportunities, the highs and lows, you’re facing.
• growth: taking time to discussion a passage of Scripture or short article.
• prayer: praying together about these things, and for other needs and concerns.
G-3’s are open to faculty interested in exploring Christianity or growing in faith, and how Jesus Christ impacts all of life.
The groups are are designed to work around faculty members schedules, and the format of 3-5 people makes it easier to find a time when a group can meet.
It is relational, connecting you with other faculty members on campus, either in your department, your college – or with those in completely unrelated fields. It’s a safe place to wrestle with the question: “why has God called me to a public university?”
If you’d like to be in group, feel free to pass along your availability for scheduling.
Please contact us if you have questions.