A DNA Group is a smaller group of three or four believers of the same gender who commit to meeting outside the large group meeting time. This is the place to study the Bible and be known deeply by one another.
DNA’s are simple. You’re going to do three things every week:
Each person shares what they have heard from God in His scriptures and from His Spirit through the past week. Then each person shares about how they can obey what they have learned from the Bible.
Each person spends time repenting of their sin; sharing how they have sinned against God in the past week. Following this, each person spends time speaking out loud to themselves – and to one another – the good news of Jesus’ work for us. Hearing the gospel spoken out loud enables us to believe.
During a DNA time, consider opportunities to live out what you have studied. Also talk about how your relationship and spiritual conversations have gone in the past week or two with your non-believing friends. Share how you plan to weave this person into your community. Then pray for them by name for God to save them.
DNA Guide – This guide is Anchor Church’s version of the Soma DNA Guide. It’s designed to help equip every person who is committed to a DNA group (or Gospel Triplet) with the basics of ’gospel shepherding’.
DNA Booklet – This is the shortened version of the DNA Guide, also by Anchor Church.