At The Movies: 12 Mighty Orphans

At The Movies: 12 Mighty Orphans

We are looking at a story about a school for orphans set in the Great Depression era when children were often abandoned by their mothers, handed off to an institution where they were mistreated, didn’t know love, and believed the world was out to get them.  When a...

At The Movies: 12 Mighty Orphans

At The Movies: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

This movie is based on a true story, about an angry, investigative reporter named Lloyd Vogel assigned to interview the beloved children's show host Mr. Rogers. Lloyd had some very significant relational wounds from his past. As Mr. Rogers said Lloyd had a hard time...

At The Movies: 12 Mighty Orphans

At The Movies – Creed 3 

In Creed 3, the retired heavy weight champion of the world Adonis “Donnie” Creed is using his experiences and success to train and lead others to do the same. When regrets resurface as a result of past decisions he chose to run from and bury years ago, he surprisingly...

At The Movies: 12 Mighty Orphans

At The Movies: Jesus Revolution

A true story regarding the counterculture youth revolution that emerged in the United States during the late 60s and early 70s. During this era, many young people rejected the social norms and religious expectations of the day. Instead, they experimented with...

Love Like Jesus

Love Like Jesus

To Love Like Jesus, we love our neighbor as ourselves. We come to Jesus, who is gentle and humble, where we will find rest, and where we can learn three objectives in our quest.  Heart for the House: We love our neighbor (each other) by not gossiping, by instead,...

Behind the Curtain: The Common Door

Behind the Curtain: The Common Door

Behind the Curtain, in the unseen realm, pride is the most common door because it revolves around self-preservation. But it’s harder to see. We are trained in this world to trust ourselves and look out for ourselves. Pride is trusting in our own strength. Mature...

Behind the Curtain: The Common Door

 Behind the Curtain Pt. 6: The Enticing Door

The wicked unseen realm influencing our culture seeks to control the souls of humanity by appealing to the senses to get agreement through deception. The Enticing Door message focuses on the lust of the flesh. Historically nations fall after unnatural sexuality...

Behind the Curtain: The Common Door

Behind the Curtain: The Convergence

Behind the curtain in current events: There is a convergence of 3 specific things happening that points to being close to the return of Christ. 1) Wars: Scripture tells us there will be 1-2 wars in Israel prior to the final battle of Armageddon. 2) Increased...

Behind the Curtain: The Common Door

Behind the Curtain: Triggered to Trust

Triggered to Trust: Deceptions from the enemy are triggers that convince us to move in a direction of trusting him more than God. He uses the lust of the eyes to gain control in our lives with 3 triggers below. Desire conceives and impregnates us to birth worldly...

Behind the Curtain: The Common Door

Behind the Curtain: Armor Up

The enemy is at work in the unseen realm waging war whether we want to or not. The armor we put on will reveal strongholds and protect us from forming strongholds, as well as help us to hear and see the lies of the enemy that lead to deception. We need God’s...

Grow Groups FAQs

You can also e-mail us with any Grow Group related questions at groups@growchurch.com

How long do groups last?

Most groups last either 6 weeks or 12 weeks. There is a short break after the group ends. New groups launch every time we start a group semester (Fall, Spring & Summer). At that time, you can join the same group, find a new one, or lead one yourself.

I'm nervous to lead a group but want to. What do I do?

Here are some simple steps you can take to grow into the leader God created you to be.

  • Attend a group. All leaders must attend at least one group before they can lead. Learn by example.
  • Attend Grow Group Leader Training. All leaders must also go through this class. Here you will get all the tools and training to be a successful leader.
  • Still not sure, Become a Co-Leader. Partner with a strong leader to help them lead a group and gain the experience to lead on your own.
I'm new to this whole group thing, how do I know which one to join?

There are so many types of groups it can be overwhelming. There are hobby groups, prayer groups, book groups, and so many more. We recommend choosing a group that interests you. However, one group that we believe everyone should go through is Freedom.