4 Ways to Connect with Your Group This Summer

4 Ways to Connect with Your Group This Summer

Kayla Pugh As storefronts and business offices begin to reopen there is a sense of starting over. We are beginning a series of firsts after being in lockdown for weeks—whether that is your first dine-in restaurant experience or first haircut since quarantine. But how...
4 Ways to Connect with Your Group This Summer

Unconventional Friendships: Why Our Small Group Works

Guest “By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” John 13:35. I love our Small Group. God has brought together a group of people representing incredibly diverse backgrounds, and it has been a privilege getting to know those...
4 Ways to Connect with Your Group This Summer

3 Tools for Neighboring Post-Quarantine

Guest Have you noticed that your neighbors are friendlier? Maybe you’ve recognized a new openness with people at the grocery store and friends who would never usually walk into a church building. Some may have even watched our live worship service. The strangeness of...
4 Ways to Connect with Your Group This Summer

Help! We’re Married and Have a Problem

Guest It was forty-four years ago, but I still vividly remember the overwhelming emotional moment when I realized our marriage is in serious trouble. I don’t remember all of the circumstances of our conflicts, but I do remember days without real conversation. I...
4 Ways to Connect with Your Group This Summer

Jesus Meets Us in Our Loneliness and Insecurities

Guest Can I be honest? I don’t really feel that lonely. I am not in a solitary living situation. I have enjoyed working from home, learning new recipes, and actually reading books. I have connected with out-of-state friends more frequently over the last few months....