Jesus made disciples in small groups. He also ministered to the individual disciple when the need arose. Small group discipleship versus one-on-one discipleship is not “either-or, but “both-and.” Jesus did both. Rather the discipling twelve man individually and independently of each other, Jesus built a team spirit into His disciples. When one needed private ministry, Jesus ministered to that person privately, but most of their discipleship was a group project. In the same way, it is not enough for disciples to relate to Jesus, they must relate to each other.
What is a Victory Group?
The Victory Group is the primary venue to make disciples in Victory. It is a forty to sixty-minute weekly meeting where people help each other grow in their relationship with God and others through God’s Word and prayer.
How can I join a Victory Group?
Come to our Main Hall every Wednesday at 7pm for our Discipleship Day. Various Victory Groups meet simultaneously at this time, and we’ll make sure to connect you to one of them. If this doesn’t fit your schedule, fill up the form below.