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10 Reasons I Love My New Church Group

Every other Thursday evening, Wendy and I get the privilege of hosting a group of college students and single 20 somethings in our home.  We hang out, study the Bible, talk about life, pray together, drink coffee, and eat stuff that some would consider unhealthy.

Because this group of individuals is becoming such an important part of my life, I want to share with you the Top 10 Reasons I Love My New Church Group:

10.  They are refreshing.  Some people are easy to be around, and my Group is like that.  I even feel energized after I’ve spent time with them.

9.  They bring good food with them.  These people come up with some amazing snack ideas, and they always taste good.

8.  They are a diverse group of individuals.  Our Group consists of teachers, a Wake Forest Law School student, a Wake Forest Med School student, a nurse, and a marketing genius.

7.  They are hilarious.  At least 50% of the time we spend together involves laughter.

6.   They are low-maintenance.  They don’t manufacture drama, or come up with reasons for people to feel sorry for them.

5.  They are open and honest.  They share how they feel about what we’re discussing and they talk about their struggles.

4.  They are encouraging.  They are constantly providing positive support and constructive feedback.

3.  They are authentic.  These people are real and genuine.

2.  They want to honor God with their lives.  I believe each one of these young adults has a desire to use their gifts, talents, and abilities to advance God’s kingdom and glorify him.

1.  They love Jesus.  They recognize that without Jesus, they have nothing, so they want to get to know him more.

Those are just a few reasons I love my New Church Group.  I believe everyone should belong to a Group like mine because there is no doubt that we are Better Together.  For more information about New Church Groups, including days, times, and locations, Click Here.

T. J.

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