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Because we believe that all people suffer from relational bankruptcy in four key areas we encourage each other to seek out ways to allow God to help us enrich our relationships with God, others, ourselves, and creation.
regroups are a significant part of that process at regeneration. regroups are made of 4-12 individuals who gather to study God’s Word and discuss the issues and challenges of life that we all face. You were not meant to face life alone and a regroup is also where we pray and care for one another and where you are missed when you are not there.
We currently have regroups for men, women, and children (x-gen).
At the end of our 21st century day...our goal is to avoid people at all cost--and cost us it does.Bill Willits and Andy Stanley Creating Community: 5 Keys to Building a Small Group
We encourage people to strive to spend one hour a day with God and one hour a week with another person or small group of people. regroups meet throughout the week for fellowship, care, prayer, accountability, sharing stories and studying God’s Word. Every group is different, and none are perfect.
We were never intended to live life alone. We were created for relationships, but life often damages our relationships. So, every week we encourage people to regroup.
regroups can come in all shapes and sizes – married couples, singles, men’s, women’s, children, no children, workplace, young adult.
regroups are our primary method of helping to make disciples of Jesus who are continually improving in four areas of relational deficit.
The four areas of regeneration you will see in our regroups:
``...when people who have been stuck find themselves involved in a small group that is actually doing the things the Bible says to do in that context, life change occurs that has never before occurred.Henry Cloud and John Townsend Making Small Groups Work: What Every Small Group Leader Needs to Know
We know it can be difficult to take the next step from a large group environment like our weekend worship experience to a smaller setting. That’s why we would like to offer a few suggestions to help.
1) Volunteering is a great way to meet people who are already plugged into a small group. There options are weekly, monthly and occasionally.
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2) Fill out a response card expressing interest and put it with your offering.
3) Just ask someone that looks like they should know. Most groups can be joined at any time.
4) Click the button bellow and fill out the form.