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“Friends, Pals, Peeps”  whatever we call them – we need ’em.   We can create a busy life for ourselves that validates the “I’m too busy, I don’t have the time, please don’t make me, I don’t need another friend” mentality.   But the fact is we were created for relationship with other people.

The truth is we need people.   And you know what?  They need us.   “People who need people”…well,  –you know where I am going with this —   “are the luckiest people in the world.”

We believe strongly that creating healthy relationships is a key to winning our race of faith.   We need people in our lives to laugh with, to cry with, to be “real” with.   Do you have friends to run to when you get a bad report from a Dr?   Do you have friends who care enough to point you back to God when you’ve started to go your own way?   Do you have friends in your life that cheer you on when you are entering the workforce after being “out of the game” for awhile?

It’s time.  It’s time to put the effort into making healthy relationships a priority.    Here are just a few places to explore the possibilities:

Life Groups – We can’t tell you how many amazing stories of support, love and acceptance come from people involved with small groups.     To find out more contact us at lifegroups@connectionchurch.info.

For women,  Women’s Ministry is an awesome place to take that first step at developing relationships with other women.    To find out more contact Nancy Barra at Nancy@connectionchurch.info.

Sports Nut?  We have a Sports portfolio that is full of athletic opportunities for men, women and children.   To get in the game (literally!) contact our Sports &  Health ministry sportsandhealth@connectionchurch.info.

Serving Teams.   There is something uniquely special about being a part of a greater purpose than yourself.   Relationships that are formed on serving teams are the real deal.   And don’t be fooled — just because you start to know someone through serving together doesn’t mean it ends there.  Pretty soon, you are stopping for lunch after service or having a combo-family fun night at your home.  It is an amazing way to get to know people.  Seriously.

Don’t believe me?  Check out Mandy’s Connection Story…

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