God created us to have relationship with Him and to be in relationship with one another. In fact, at least eleven different times in the New Testament those who are followers of Jesus are challenged and encouraged to do life together by fulfilling some “one another” statements. That is why we think it is important to “one another” one another.
Small Groups are ideally groups of 12 to 15 people meeting in people’s homes, together participating in the advance of the gospel, building supportive and encouraging friendships, and making a difference in our community through service projects. We structure our groups around our three primary relationships: with God, with each other, with our world. Small Groups are more than important to LifePoint. They are LifePoint.
Whether you are new to LifePoint or have been here awhile, the best way to find community and encouragement is by being involved in a Small Group. For more information, contact Jay Albritton at email@example.com or (757) 375-1772
Check below for a small group in your area.
We are very excited that our Middle & High School Groups are starting back this Sunday! This is an EXTREMELY IMPORTANT part of our Student Ministry because this is where relationships are established and the Bible is studied! This is where students will find “their people”! We hope you’ll make EVERY EFFORT to be involved! Middle School-11 am upstairs at LifePoint. High School Guys-7-9 pm at Neff Home (1248 Rellen St.). High School Girls-7-9 pm at Montrose Home (1321 Forest Pt.).
“When people live in community moved by the gospel and marked by the Spirit, great things happen. It is nothing short of amazing.”
Luke 24:45 says, “Then He opened their minds so they could understand the Scriptures.” Come and let Jesus open your mind to His Word.
We will be studying Beth Moore’s revised edition of A Woman’s Heart. She will take us from Genesis to Revelation, showing us things we’ve never seen.
Let me know if you plan to come, 757-548-1064
1005 Sherando CT, Chesapeake, VA 233204
“Focused on the prophet rather than his prophecy, the story of Jonah gives us a picture of a man on the run due to his own selfish desires. Instead of showing mercy to his enemies, he determined to keep God’s grace to himself rather than share it with those he considered undeserving. Can you relate?”