DNA groups are small, gender-specific groups of two to three who meet together regularly to study the Bible, pray, and help one grow in their walk with the Lord. Often times, DNA groups form out of Missional Communities and/or out of friendships shared with other members of the church body.
DNA groups are at the heart of Journey’s mission to not only reach every man, woman, and child and tell them of the love and saving power of Christ, but to help them grow spiritually. DNA groups are our chance to dive deeply into God’s word — it is the study of Scripture and accountability to and for one another. It is also where strong friendships are formed. Our hope is that, through DNA Groups, the Holy Spirit would be invited into our conversations, that our minds and hearts are molded to be more like Christ, and that our decisions in how to better live are quietly and prayerfully considered with the support of fellow believers. In short, it’s living the Christian life together and with authenticity.
DNA groups often meet weekly, sometimes biweekly. They meet in homes, over coffee, or over a meal. DNA groups are for everyone, and you don’t need to have previous knowledge of the Bible to start or join a group.
Questions? Email Dawjr Wood, Groups Director, at email@example.com.