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Are You Too Busy?

Elder Notes

Are you too busy? With a new year and a new decade rolling around, we need to ask this question. As we embark on 2020, we need to prioritize our spiritual growth and make sure we have carved out time for it. Not having enough time is probably the number one reason that our growth gets stalled. Simply put, small groups are the single best way to grow. We are kicking off our 2020 small groups right now. 

Here is a list of reasons to join a small group from www.discipleshiptools.org

  • Small groups are the perfect place to understand and practice authentic relationships to feel apart of God's family.
  • Small groups are the perfect place to practice our calling to be discipled and make disciples.
  • Small groups are the perfect place for Spiritual growth to make His truth come to life in our lives (Matthew 28:18-20). 
  • Small groups are the perfect place to understand the Bible and heartfelt prayer and put it into action. 
  • Small groups are the perfect place to unwind, release your stress, and reprioritize your life. 
  • Small groups are the perfect place to have our needs met and dealt with and fulfill those burdens in others is in a stable community. In this way we can handle stress, crisis, changes and the pressures of life better. 
  • Small groups are the perfect place to be in study of His Word and to be in prayer; we do this individually but we are also to do it in community. 
  • Small groups are the perfect place to welcome your friends into the church and introduce them to Christ. 
  • Small groups are the perfect place to develop our skills, leadership and ministry so we can be better servants of our Lord. 
  • Small groups are the perfect place to understand how to share Christ with loved ones and coworkers. 
  • Small groups are the perfect place to deepen your understanding and practice of worship.
  • Small groups are the perfect place to put into practice the teaching you are receiving from your church, radio, web, and your personal devotions. Remember the phrase "one another" is used over 50 times in the New Testament to describe our relationship to other believers. So, small groups are the perfect place to be with one another! 

So make time today! You'll be glad you did. You can sign up HERE.

 

 

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