What is a Group Investigating God (GIG)?
A “GIG” is an opportunity for those who may not consider themselves followers of Jesus to have a discussion about who God really is by looking through the biographies of Jesus as told in the New Testament. It is intended for people who are skeptical, have questions, or simply want to “check it out.”
You don’t need to know anything about the Bible, just be curious and open. It is a time to build meaningful relationships, ask tough questions, investigate the biblical narrative and message of Jesus, and talk honestly about life.
GIGs are generally 3 – 6 people, but a one-on-one GIG is also possible for those interested.
When do GIGs meet?
GIGs usually last an hour each (30 minutes for discussion, 30 minutes for questions) and run about 4 weeks (1 meeting per week). However, scheduling is flexible. Groups form throughout the semester based on interest.
How do I join/find out more?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or are interested in joining a GIG!
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