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101: The Basics

You are curious about God, coming back to God, or beginning to take your journey with Him seriously. Learn or get a refresher on the foundations.

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201: Going Deeper

You want to show up consistently in your relationship with God. You desire to go beyond the foundations and learn more about Him and living life as a believer.

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301: Live It Out

You love to talk about God and never want to stop learning. You are looking for like-minded women who keep it REAL about this journey with God.

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Lydia W.

"I love love love the emails and IG posts! The gems always come at the perfect time for me!"

Charlene H.

"My favorite part of UFC, aside from the bible studies, is the community. UFC is always warm, welcoming and encouraging."

Elyse R.

"My favorite part of UFC is the humility and human qualities that I feel describes it. Oftentimes, Christian based groups can feel very judgy and ostracizing if you are not "the ideal Christian" or if you "don't do everything perfectly right" but UFC doesn't feel that way to me. It feels very REAL and accepting of us being human in our walk with Christ."

Jemima C.

"One of my favorite parts of UFC is doing the annual fast together (having the community to encourage and hold each other accountable by communicating during the fast)."