Students in the discipleship program live in groups of three to six. House leaders (often second or third-year LDC students) set the pace in living with intentionality. Each of the students, however, has the same challenge: live in light of the good news that Jesus laid down His life for them, so they are now freed to lay down their lives for others. Faith, after all, plays out not in isolation but in community. The Gospel is put into practice most clearly with those closest to you, those who watch your life day in and day out.
As part of an LDC, students sign a house agreement and spend time together weekly. The house agreement emphasizes purity, authenticity, and shared purpose, providing guidelines students commit to following. Meanwhile, weekly time together provides shared experiences, promoting understanding of one another. We believe understanding each other encourages Scriptural living--rejoicing with those who rejoice, weeping with those who weep, confessing sin and stimulating one another to love and good deeds.
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