The Benefits of a Small Group

But you can start up a "small group" anytime, anywhere. Yes you! We refer to them as Discovery Groups because you're simply discovering God's voice speaking into your day-to-day in a group of 3 or 4. It's easy peasy. Here's how:
  1. Build a relationship with a few people at your job or outside of your work day. This is definitely more than, "Hi, how are you?" but usually less than, "You wanna come over to our place Friday night for a barbecue?"
  2. At some point, maybe weeks or months later, when the Holy Spirit whispers to you, "It's time," ask them if they'd like to get together now and then to "see what God might have to say to us about the things we deal with every day."
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Brookville cannot exist without small groups ... no church can.

A small group represents the church in its purest and most natural form. Our scheduled groups are getting underway right now, and time is of the essence, because they only run in 6-week semesters. Contact Lorraine to get into one.

Also give my greetings to the church that meets in their home. Greet my dear friend Epenetus. He was the first person from the province of Asia to become a follower of Christ.

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