A “Group of 3″ (G3) is not a Bible Study Group. A G3 is three graduate students — most often from the same Bible Study Group (e.g., three G3 groups could form from one Bible Study group of nine grads) — who have joined together to stimulate and support each other to live out authentically and communicate meaningfully their faith in Christ in the midst of the University.
Typically, a G3 meets for 45 minutes once a month (i.e., 4 times each semester) to: (1) share with one another what God is doing in your lives and around you, (2) discuss two or three verses that directly relate to your life in grad school, (3) plan out how you can apply these verses in your own contexts, and (4) specifically pray for one another and your plans. The G3 will help you to consider your spiritual development and help you to develop and live with a missional mindset among your friends and peers in the university.
G3 groups usually meet only during the second semester. Chuck Roeper serves as the G3 Coach. Talk with him to get more details at: firstname.lastname@example.org.