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December 25: Merry Christmas!
December 31: New Year's Eve party
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January 4: Beginning of our new class times. Class will begin at 9:00am with a breakfast fellowship to follow at 10:00
January 4: Singing at Rosewood
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My decision to become a Christian did not occur in a church building but in a living room. My martial arts instructor, Fred Givens, sat with me in his living room for
several conversations and then joined me in my living room for a study of the book of Acts. Many hours of questions and discussions occurred in those living rooms without the interruptions and time
restraints of other places. Much of my growth as a Christian occurred in living rooms: Growth Groups in San Angelo, Brother's Keeper Groups in Dallas, Life Groups in Amarillo and a Monday night Bible
study in Everett, Washington all helped me think more deeply about God's word and my life. All these groups met in living rooms and around kitchen tables. Some interesting things happen in homes.
First, there is a very relaxed atmosphere. Wheneveryone starts taking their shoes off, grabbing a snack and getting comfortable in a chair or on the floor, the atmosphere lightens and people open to
one another. Second, conversations often get deep because there is more time. Thirdly, friendships form. People get to know each other better in the comfortable environment of a home.We've been
looking at ways to evangelize, or share our faith with others, and this week I want us to think about having people into our homes. Invite friends, old and new, into your homes for game nights, meals
or other activities. Begin an "open door policy" where people are welcome to stop by and visit. You never know where these conversations will lead.
Think about it.
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The Mystery: Mark 6:30-56 │December 14,2014