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 life – what’s going on, challenges and opportunities, both on and off campus.
• growth: G-3’s are committed to spiritual growth, and to taking time to discuss a passage of Scripture or short article together.
• prayer: praying together about these things, and for other needs and concerns.
G-3’s are open to faculty wherever they’re at in their spiritual journey: whether interested in exploring Christianity or growing in their faith … and how Jesus Christ impacts all of life.
G-3’s are 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 work through your faith journey, build friendships, and explore the question: “why has God called me to a public university campus?”
The groups are are designed to work around faculty members schedules, and the smaller format makes it easier to find a time when a group can meet. If you’d like to be in group, here’s a link to pass along your availability for Winter Quarter 2020 scheduling. We’re guessing six or seven G-3 groups will be meeting during Winter Quarter.
Please contact us if you have questions.