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
6:30pm – 8:00pm on Monday evenings at CoTF
“Not a Fan – Becoming a completely committed follower of Jesus”
“Are you a follower of Jesus? Don’t answer too quickly. In fact, you may want to read this book before you answer at all.
Consider it a “Define the Relationship” conversation to determine exactly where you stand. You may indeed be a passionate, fully devoted follower of Jesus. Or, you may be just a fan who admires Jesus but isn’t ready to let him cramp your style. Then again, maybe you’re not into Jesus, period. In any case, don’t take the question— Are you a follower of Jesus?—lightly. Some people don’t know what they’ve said yes to and other people don’t realize what they’ve said no to, says Pastor Kyle Idleman. But Jesus is ready to clearly define the relationship he wants with his followers.
Not a Fan calls you to consider the demands and rewards of being a true disciple. With frankness sprinkled with humor, Idleman invites you to live the way Jesus lived, love the way he loved, pray the way he prayed, and never give up living for the One who gave his all for you.
Ladies Lifegroup with Tracie Hilliker
5:30 – 6:30 pm Wednesday’s in the Foothills Campus Library
“Confident is designed to teach our HSM girls where to find the source of true confidence. God created His children—including teen girls—to walk in confidence. Unfortunately, when Eve ate that forbidden fruit, the confidence God created in girls was replaced by shame, insecurity, and the need for acceptance. Fortunately, Christ came to restore a girl’s confidence through a relationship with Him. Through an everyday connection and despite an everyday battle, girls can walk in daring confidence, not because of anything the world has to offer, but because of Christ’s indwelling presence.”
Ladies Lifegroup with Kendra & Keri
8:00am – 9:15am on Sunday’s at their home
“A Beautiful Design”
“This study is designed to help students understand the biblical view of God’s design for men and women by examining gender through the lens of Scripture.
For the vast majority of human history, there have been two culturally and socially recognized genders: women and men. Today, many leading social institutions recognize well over fifty variations of gender. There are now biological women who identify as men and biological men who identify as women. There are people who refuse to conform to any one gender and people who are currently one gender but transitioning to another. There was a time when the concept of what made someone a man or a woman was quite simple. In less than a century, culturally speaking, that has completely changed.
If there was ever a time when Christians needed to think carefully and biblically about the question of gender, that time is now.
Despite our culture’s many faceted ideas and designs about gender, there is only one design that truly matters and takes precedent, God’s. At the heart of the Christian faith is the belief that God created all things and that He is good. This tells us that God has a design for us, including our gender. In this study, we will seek to uncover and submit to, in Scripture, God’s design for men and women.”
Guys Lifegroup with Chase & Hunter
7:00pm – 8:15pm on Thursday’s at Starbucks
“Be A Man”
What does it mean to be a man? What does it mean to be a disciple of Christ? Our world offers so many different and often contradictory definitions of manhood that it can be difficult to live with any real sense of purpose or calling. It’s time to cut through culture’s definitions of manhood to discover what the Bible has to say.
Be a Man is a study that will help young men understand biblical manhood, come together to pursue Christ, and hold each other accountable to the Godward call in the hope that they will grow to be more like Christ and be used by Him to expand His kingdom. With contributions from some of the most notable voices in student ministry today, Be a Man identifies and expands upon seven key aspects of discipleship that are essential to the spiritual development of any young man who longs to grow in Christ.