Why do we do small groups?
At Harvest Bible Chapel our focus is on the quality of discipleship. We encourage those in our fellowship to “get connected” by plugging into one of our small groups. The purpose of these groups is to minister to and encourage one another in daily devotionals, effective prayer, and mutual accountability.
How can I join a small group?
Read our Doctrinal Statement
Attend Discover Harvest. This gives you an opportunity to hear about our beginnings, meet some of the staff and leadership members and hear about our doctrine and vision. Learn more about Step 1
Completion of Harvest Essentials is also an important step in getting connected in a small group. This class outlines the mandate that we have as believers to be worship, walking and working for Jesus Christ. Learn more about Step 2
Sign Up Online
After completing steps 1-3 please feel free to sign up online by filling out a quick questionnaire to help our staff best fit you in a small group. Go to Get Connected Form
Small Group FAQs
What is the foundation of your life? For a building to withstand the test of time it requires a strong foundation. Life is no different. Jesus said, “Everyone who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock” (Matt. 7:24-25).
Whether you are new to faith in Christ or if you have been a believer for many years, we would like to invite you to join us for five foundation-fortifying sessions. During our time together we will will answer many difficult questions about Christianity, learn about essential truths and help you move forward in your walk with Christ.
For further details or questions about Foundations please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“No matter the object – drugs, alcohol, food, gambling, or sex, just to name a few – addictions lure us. They extend the promise of pleasure, but in the end deliver emptiness, destruction, and death. What begins as an escape from the hassles of life becomes a form of bondage. But no matter how many times you have tried and failed, there really is a way through the addictive fog. The path away from addiction has been laid by a God who is full of surprises, who faithfully pursues those enslaved even though they have deliberately avoided him. God’s Word offers hope, and that hope is the basis of Crossroads: A Step-by-Step Guide Away from Addiction” – Crossroads Study
For further details or questions about Recovery please email: email@example.com
Small Group Study Questions:
Paths To Power
Sermon Series Curriculum
His Pain, My Gain