What’s a D-Group?
A D-Group is a gender-specific, closed group of 3–5 believers who meet weekly for a nine-month season of accelerated spiritual growth. Throughout the nine months, D-Groups will study the Bible as well as encourage and sharpen one another through fellowship, Bible study, Scripture memory, accountability, and prayer. At the end of the D-Group, each member will then find their own 3–5 believers and lead a new D-Group.
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“Go, therefore, and MAKE DISCIPLES of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to follow all that I commanded you; and behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
The D-Group Overview is a one-page document that will introduce you to D-Groups and lay out expectations, commitments, and rhythms.
The D-Group Starter Guide is a booklet that contains everything you need to know to start a new D-Group. It walks through how to form and register a D-Group, the weekly rhythms of a D-Group, H.E.A.R. journals, Scripture memory, your one, accountability, and the First Dallas D-Group Bible reading plan.
Bible Reading Plan
The D-Group Bible Reading Plan is a quick resource to keep in your Bible or wherever you do your Bible reading. It serves as a quick reference for what your group is to read each week before you come together to discuss that week’s H.E.A.R. journals. The D-Group Bible Reading Plan also includes the memory verses for each week.