Christian Campus Fellowship

Small Groups

These small group gatherings are a way for people to grow closer and have more of a sense of community together. As our ministry grows, we find ourselves with a great opportunity to reach a broader spectrum of students across the campus at Missouri S&T, however we do not want to lose the intimacy of gathering together in small groups to be a part of each other's lives. This depth in the Scriptures and in each other's lives allows you to pass along prayer requests (either as confidential or public requests) and lift up and encourage those who may be struggling through life.


If you are interested in more information about small groups, contact Moriah.


Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People? - Monday 6pm
Luke Noble and Andrew Floyd
In this small group we will be going over Job and how a person who was a good man had bad things happen to him. We will look at how he reacted and what God has shown to him.
1 Peter - Monday 6:15pm
Grant McAdams
Join this study of a verse by verse break down of 1 Peter.
Christianity. Culture. Controversy - Monday 6:30pm
Gwen Ingram & Amanda Akers
A discussion-based small group in which we will explore topics where modern day culture and the Bible may not agree. We will look into the Biblical foundations for traditionally Christian morals, and discuss sensitive, culturally relevant issues in a spirit of love and of learning.
The Pastoral Epistles - Monday 7pm
Nathanael Coffman
Join as we dive into 1&2 Timothy, Titus and Philemon over the course of this semester.
Ephesians - Monday 7pm
Daniel Johns
Why does Ephesians even exist? What is there for us to know from the book and how will that change the way we think and thereby live? This will include discovering the Theme, Purpose, and Key Verse of the book. There will also be a background study to understand the cultural context in which the letter was written.
Wisdom: A Study of Proverbs - Monday 7pm
Moriah Ord
The book of Proverbs uncovers the foundation of wisdom, marks out the paths that make us wise, and points us to the ultimate source of all true understanding, Jesus Christ.
Complete - Monday 7:30pm
Lindsay McNamee
Come join our support group as we dive into learning how we can be healthier individuals emotionally and spiritually in our pursuit of Christ--our God who is faithful and able. The One who restores and makes us complete.
Crazy Love - Monday 9pm
Will Benhardt
What is our typical response to God's radical, unconditional, self-sacrificing love? We go to church, sing songs, and try not to cuss. What are we missing? In this small group, we will go back to the Bible to learn what it means to have an authentic faith that addresses the problems of our world with tangible, even radical, solutions. We will learn what it means to be utterly, hopelessly, crazy in love with God.
Hermeneutics: How to Study the Bible - Tuesday 6pm
Adam Brooks and Seth McKinney
This small group exists to make the Bible understandable and accessible. We'll discuss methods of studying the Bible, then apply those methods to passages that can be extremely difficult to understand by simply reading them on your own. The goal of this small group is to foster deeper understanding of Scripture, and to apply the skills of hermeneutics into a habit of regularly going beyond merely reading, and diving into a study of, God's word.
Lies Women Believe (Ladies Only) - Tuesday 7pm
Alex Rivera
This semester we will be discovering and facing a variety of lies women find themselves believing by seeking biblical truths. Inspired by the book Lies Women Believe and the Truth That Sets Them Free by Nancy Leigh DeMoss.
The Truth Project - Tuesday 7pm
Trevor Stacy
This DVD-based study is the starting point for looking at life from a biblical perspective. Each lesson discusses in great detail the relevance and importance of living the Christian worldview in daily life. We will watch and discuss a lesson each week and see how it can be applied to our daily lives. Due to the length of video and discussion, this small group may last over an hour.
Our Historical Faith - Tuesday 7pm
Cole Skidmore and Royce Ingram
We will seek a deeper understanding of the historic evidence and practices that validate the inspired Word of God. We will also be looking to discern how other texts deviate from the truth.
Conquerors series (Guys Only) - Tuesday 7pm
Paul Fish and James Mudd
A series that addresses the issues of sexual purity and equips believers with the weapons to have victory over sin in their own lives.
Evangelism - Tuesday 7pm
James Wetzel
Learning about evangelism based on examples in the New Testament. Memorizing key scriptures for sharing the Gospel. Then applying our knowledge by going out and talking with people.
The Bible - Tuesday 7pm
Garrett French
We will start in Genesis and end in Revelation. Emphasis will be placed on how the Bible fits together and a selection of lesser known passages
Living At Peace - Wednesday 6:30pm
Haley Brown and Caleb Skinner
This small group will dive in to what it means to live a life defined by God's peace. We will explore the different aspects of how we can experience, practice and share God's peace, with an emphasis on community and accountability.
Ironbound - Wednesday 7pm
Lake McGinty
A practical study of our call to Christian discipleship as we 'sharpen' each others' walk in faith. An application and prayer centered study of Francis Chan's Multiply. As Iron sharpens Iron, so one man sharpens another.
What's the Point? - Wednesday 7pm
Megan Wibbenmeyer and Will Skaggs
Join us as we study Ecclesiastes in depth and try to figure out, what exactly is the meaning of life on Earth, and how does Solomon’s perspective differ from ours?
The Forge (Guys Only) - Wednesday 7pm
Levi Anderson
Biblical Manhood: Life, God, Truth, For Guys.