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Life Together will equip you to lead and live in Gospel Community. Whether you are leading or attending a Community Group, don’t miss this opportunity to gain practical training on how to disciple, care for and missionally engage with those around you.




February 16th & 17th


Friday, February 16th 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.

Saturday, February 17th 9:00 am – 12:00 pm


Frontline Edmond
1700 S Bryant Ave. Edmond, OK 73013


Childcare will be provided for birth through middle school aged children on a first come first serve basis upon registration.


Registration is required Click here to register.


If you have any questions, email Dillon Byrd at


Community isn’t just a buzz word or a trend to chase after, it’s a divine reality that God has given to His people as a gift to be cared for and cultivated. We are people made in the image of a God who reveals Himself in the community of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. It is therefore appropriate to say that God has called us to experience him and reflect his goodness in the community of his people.

One of the beautiful things about our relationship with Jesus is that while it’s personal, it’s not private. This means that we don’t have to figure out what it means to follow Jesus in isolation but we get to do it in the community of other Christians. By the power of the finished work of Christ on the cross, we’ve been given strength and grace to live Life Together!

At Frontline Church, while we are grateful for the gift of Sunday gatherings, we believe that much of the life of the Church is to be experienced between Sundays throughout the week. We experience this through our community groups that are scattered across the Metro that meet in people’s homes between Sundays. This is the primary place where you would join with others to missionally engage our city and experience care and discipleship.

We want to start this year by doubling down on our commitment to strengthen and equip our community group leaders and attendees to serve as good missionaries of the Gospel in your part of our city. We want to resource and train you toward this end so we invite you to Life together, our first community group conference for this year.

Mark your calendars and plan on joining us on the 16th and 17th of February at Frontline Edmond for Life Together. This will be a great time to hear about our vision and heart behind community groups and also be trained on several topics regarding life in and through Gospel communities. This training conference is open to all and will be especially beneficial to those who want to learn more about what it means to lead a community group. Childcare will be available for this event. Please use the link below to register for childcare.




Friday, Feb. 16th


6:30 – 6:40 Worship and Welcome

6:45 – 7:25 Main Session- Bob Thune

7:35 – 8:10 Breakout Session 1

Breakout Session Topics

Integrated Leadership – Josh Kouri

Discipleship in Community Groups – Andrew Burkhart

Care in Community Groups – David Adair

8:15 – 8:30 Worship and Sending


Saturday, Feb. 17th

9:00 – 9:15 Worship & Welcome

9:15 – 9:55 Main Session – Bob Thune

10:10 – 10:50 Breakout Session 2

11:00 – 11:40 Breakout Session 3

Breakout Session Topics

Spirit-Filled Group – John Riner

Mission in Community Groups – Justin Coffee

Multiplying Community Groups – Sujith Jacob & Dillon Byrd

Discipleship in Community Groups – Andrew Burkhart

Care in Community Groups – David Adair




Bob Thune founded Coram Deo Church in Omaha, Nebraska, in 2005, and has served as its Lead Pastor ever since. He is the author of Gospel Eldership and the co-author (with Will Walker) of the best-selling small-group studies The Gospel-Centered Life and The Gospel-Centered Community. Bob holds degrees from the University of Oklahoma and Reformed Theological Seminary. In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball, working with his hands, or reading a good book. He and his wife Leigh have been married for 20 years and have four children. In addition to his leadership at Coram Deo, Bob serves on the board of a Christian school, speaks and teaches broadly, and helps to coach and train church planters for the Acts 29 Network.