Life Transformation Groups are comprised of three people of the same sex who agree to meet for one hour a week for three purposes.
- To discuss Scripture. The group agrees to read a section of Scripture each week and discuss it when they meet together. The group may agree to read the book of Ephesians. Since Ephesians has six chapters, the group members can read one chapter per day and review the book on the seventh day before the next LTG meeting.
- To pray for people they know who are unbelievers. The group prays for the needs of the unbelievers and asks God to give them opportunities to share the good news of the gospel with them.
- To hold each other accountable. The members agree on accountability questions that they will answer honestly at their weekly meetings. The purpose of this accountability is to help members live their lives in obedience to the teachings of Christ.
When a new believer joins the group, the LTG multiplies forming two groups of two. Each group seeks out a third person to join their group. Then when another new believer joins either group, the LTG multiplies again. Through the multiplication process believers involved in these discipling groups grows exponentially.