Families are small missional communities centered around learning to follow Christ together as a collective and seeking to love our neighbors. These are spaces where we share resources, meet needs, and spur one another on to follow Jesus. Each family has a missional direction – a place where evangelism and service occur.
Grad & Working
The Grad/Working Family includes any students in graduate school, or those working in the New River Valley who desire to be around others in a similar place in life! It is led by Emma Davis, and they meet on Thursdays.
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What are Families?
Families are missional small-groups that seek to:
- ENGAGE each other by pursuing authentic community: the scriptures make it clear that we were never intended to live our life of faith alone. We need one another to truly experience God’s full plan for our lives (Hebrews 10:24-25).
- ENGAGE with culture by connecting with and serving those around us: we were also never intended to live out our faith apart from the cultures we are in. Jesus came to show us how to live in the world, but not be of the world (1 Cor 9:20-23).
- ENGAGE our faith by seeking intimacy with God: to Jesus, faith is as normal a part of our lives as the air we breathe and the food we eat. Together we can more fully engage our faith and see it become more real in our lives (John 6:60-69).