Life Groups meet in homes during the week. When you arrive, you can expect to begin the evening with a time to meet and catch up with fellow group members over coffee and snacks. Once everyone arrives, your group will move into a time of Bible study and discussion. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and discover how the Bible applies to your life. Your group will wrap up with a time of prayer. You may find that the relationships you develop during your Life Group become some of your most meaningful friendships.
Fishing, while simple in explanation, manifests itself in a variety of different practices and intentions. When Peter, Andrew, James and John were out fishing, Jesus introduced them to a new way of thinking about their profession. Instead of fishing for fish, they were to embark on a journey to catch people, not for pleasure, profit, or food, but for the Kingdom of God. Much like fishing for fish, fishing for people happens in a variety of different ways but the elements remain the same: intention, action, perseverance, hard work and consistency. If we are going to be a church who makes disciples who share their faith with others, we need to root ourselves in the practices that Jesus set forth for being Fishers of Men.