At Foothills Church we believe that real life change happens best in the context of authentic relationships. Our Student Ministry Lifegroups meet once a week in places around our community and provide a place for you to connect, grow, and discuss the journey of life.

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Guys Lifegroup with
Jeff Ashburn & Jeremy Pipkin

6:00pm – 8:00pm on Monday evenings at Foothills

“Love Does:  Discover a Secretly Incredible Life in an Ordinary World” by Bob Goff

“As a college student he spent 16 days in the Pacific Ocean with five guys and a crate of canned meat. As a father he took his kids on a world tour to eat ice cream with heads of state. He made friends in Uganda, and they liked him so much he became the Ugandan consul. He pursued his wife for three years before she agreed to date him. His grades weren’t good enough to get into law school, so he sat on a bench outside the Dean’s office for seven days until they finally let him enroll.

Bob Goff has become something of a legend, and his friends consider him the world’s best-kept secret. Those same friends have long insisted he write a book. What follows are paradigm shifts, musings, and stories from one of the world’s most delightfully engaging and winsome people. What fuels his impact? Love. But it’s not the kind of love that stops at thoughts and feelings. Bob’s love takes action. Bob believes Love Does.

When Love Does, life gets interesting. Each day turns into a hilarious, whimsical, meaningful chance that makes faith simple and real. Each chapter is a story that forms a book, a life. And this is one life you don’t want to miss.

Light and fun, unique and profound, the lessons drawn from Bob’s life and attitude just might inspire you to be secretly incredible, too.”

Ladies Lifegroup with Kendra Santoro

Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 in the church library

We’re studying “DoubtLess – Because Faith is Hard by Shelby Abbott” “Is God good? Can I trust him with my life? Is the Bible true? These are just some of the questions that can plague young adults as they stand at the crossroads of life, when new responsibilities loom large and the world around them treats God as a small or irrelevant part of life.

In DoubtLess, author and Cru campus minister Shelby Abbott comes alongside young Christians to help them honestly face their doubt and turn to God for the gift of faith. He reminds readers that biblical scripture recounts the stories of many men and women who have also faced deep misgivings and uncertainty in their walk of faith. Using both Scripture and personal illustrations, Abbot shows us how to feed our faith in seasons of doubt through authentic relationships with other Christians, hearing from God in the Bible, and practicing thankfulness. Doubt should not scare us, nor should it become our obsession. He urges readers to see the difference between doubt and unbelief, assuring us that big questions can press us deeper into the heart and character of God rather than push us away from him.

Used for biblical reflection, group discussion, devotional reading, DoubtLess is full of gospel hope for those grappling with the mysteries of Christian faith.” Do you still have a pic of Kendra to put up?

Girls Lifegroup with Natalie Hannan

9am – 10am on Tuesday Mornings at her home

We’re studying Lady in Waiting: Becoming God’s Best While Waiting for Mr. Right (expanded edition) by Jackie Kendall & Debby Jones, “With humor, honesty, and biblical truths, the authors help point women to being the right woman and not just finding the right man. By studying the biblical character Ruth, women learn the characteristics that every woman of God should develop. This expanded edition of the original best-seller includes a personal journal and study guide.

Guys Lifegroup with
Ethan Koenigs and Pre Deitchman

Tuesday evenings at 7pm on the church campus

This LifeGroup is currently journeying through the Gospel of Luke. Most likely written by the physician Luke (also the author of the book of Acts), the Gospel of Luke serves to give us a clearer glimpse of who Jesus actually was and the nature of God’s work through Him to rescue humanity. We have chosen selected passages to study and apply as we dig into the text. It is merely a jumping off point for our students to delve deeper in their own studies throughout the week. The Gospel of Luke is intended to give its readers a thorough look at what it was that Jesus came to accomplish. He came to accomplish God’s plan for the world, and that looked very different from what His disciples and followers thought. Through Luke’s description of Christ, we are able to see who Jesus was and is, and how we are to follow Him. This study will be broken down into three parts: the birth and preparation of Jesus, his message and ministry, and his death and resurrection. The Gospel of Luke will challenge our students to see Jesus in ways they’ve never seen Him, and will hopefully change our lives forever!