Become a Community Group Leader

 

Are you a student who loves God, loves people, and loves living life on mission?  Then read on, because we are building our CGL team for the 2018-2019 year.  This is a team of students who value gospel-centered community and living on mission with Jesus.  Becoming a CGL is an opportunity both to be invested in as a leader as well as an opportunity to serve and minister to other students on campus.  There will be an interest meeting on the ministry, expectations, and application process on Thursday, February 8th at 7:00pm in the School of Music Concert Hall.

Apply to Become a Community Group Leader

Apply to Become a Community Group Leader

Qualifications

1. Leadership Expectations

  • Mature and growing disciple of Jesus, well-grounded in Scripture
  • Solid reputation, living a life above reproach
  • Able to articulate and communicate the gospel effectively 
  • Active member of the local church, and/or under the watch-care of a local church in the Lynchburg area
  • Genuine love for people with demonstrated relational skills 
  • Ability to both challenge and encourage others in their walk with the Lord
  • Humble demeanor and teachable spirit
  • Consistent and reliable
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Committed to the purpose of the Community Group Leader Ministry reflecting the vision, values, and mission of The Office of Spiritual Development and LU Shepherd

2. Academic and Conduct Standards

  • Must have a cumulative 2.0 GPA to become a CGL and maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA or above each semester
  • Cannot obtain more than 12 Liberty Way points during any given semester. Past discipline records may be considered during the application as well

3. Availability to Carry Out Responsibilities

  • Applicants in certain academic programs that could pose a significant challenge to fulfilling CGL responsibilities will be evaluated more closely.  Must be able to attend a CGL Connect once a week that takes place on Monday’s, Tuesday’s, or Wednesday’s.
  • The CGL schedule during the academic year has certain blackout days that CGL’s are required to be on campus. These include but are not limited to Orientation Trainings, Move-In Day, CFAW, and other events directed or promoted by the Office of Spiritual Development and the Office of LU Shepherd.
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