our meets: 1st thursday of each month location: varies females interested in firearms for enjoyment
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Our MissionLoving, Serving, Speaking Truth.
In our leadership meetings, we regularly discuss the importance of relationships. Jesus ministry was centered around relationships - His relationships with His disciples, future leaders, and even those who did not believe in Him.
As we grow as a church family, and connect with more and more people in our community in a life-giving way,
our relationships become even more essential. Our relationships within this church family are absolutely necessary and indispensable. Through these relationships we encourage one another, pray for one another, eat together, laugh together, celebrate each others wins and comfort one another in our losses.
The relationships we form for prayer, study, fun and ministry are literally the life-blood of our church family life. We all need it! Thats why weve put this book together. Thats why these leaders have stepped up. We want every person to be connected to life and have opportunities to share their unique gifts and talents with others.
Thanks for taking a look at this book - and thanks for connecting with others. In doing so, you are giving life!
For all generations, Pastor Randy
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A Note From Pastor Randy
Loving Serving Speaking Truth
WHATS YOUR IDEA?
Do you want to learn how to use your passion and hobby to connect with and serve others?
Do you have an idea for a new group or ministry?
Its not about being perfect, its about serving others by giving them a place to connect. Hosting a small group is simple-choose a topic that interests you and select a time and location to meet with others to share it. Check out 1 video and 1 audio teaching here at www.NewLife4Kokomo.org/Start-A-Small-Group for more information and download the Ministry Guidelines and Ministry Response , or ask our office for copies. We give you essential tools to make your small group successful through this training. Your group can be listed in the next Info Book!
We believe peoples lives are changed one small group season at a time by moving one step toward Christ, and as a small group leader you get to play an important role in that process!
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Designing WomenMeets: 2nd & 4th Monday of each month @ 5:30 PM Location: TBA
We will be teaching design tricks to make your home beautiful and comfortable for your family. God placed emphasis on His house in every detail. You should also make your home a sanctuary for you and your guests. We will be helping you do that to your home by shopping and spending time in fellowship with each other. Come and have fun!
Requirements: None Leader: Sheryl Dillman Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 765.434.1150
EMSMeets: 4th Monday of each month @ 6:00 PMLocation: EC 1
To get a list together from the first responders in the church willing to respond, if necessary, during the church services. Help maintain the emergency supplies in the church and meet together for limited training at the church and fellowship with other first responders within the church.
Requirements: None Leader: Gabrielle StillwellContact: email@example.com or 765.461.2301
Guns-N-RosesMeets: 1st Thursday of each month Location: Varies
Females interested in firearms for enjoyment or for personal protection will enjoy this opportunity to learn new skills while developing healthy relationships with other women. In this group, we learn the proper and safe way to handle firearms regardless of experience.
Requirements: Females, at least age of 21 and ear & eye protectionLeader: Michelle McCauleyContact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 765.461.6764
Joy FellowshipMeets: 2nd Friday of each month @ 6:00 PMLocation: AC Gym
Are you 50 or older and want JOY in your life? Come join us for good food and FELLOWSHIP. Bring a food dish to share and get to know a great group of people. Do you like to play games? Then stay for a fun evening of friendly competition. Try us, youll like us.
Requirements: 50 years of age or older Leader: Lana Jordan Contact: 765.454.9047
Mens Prayer GroupMeets: Tuesdays @ 6:00 AM Location: Prayer Room & Worship Center
Come spend time in prayer with other men.
Requirements: None Leader: Doug Herrington Contact: 765.457.3189
Need a Friend?Meets: 1st Thursday of each month @ 5:00 PMLocation: TBD
Join this group to fellowship and encourage women of all generations to connect with one another. You will have opportunities to build friendships that can result in mentoring relationships that can last a lifetime. We will be sharing supper and life changing stories once a month. We will connect with cards, emails, texts, and calls throughout the month.
Requirements: NoneLeader: Patti Beck, Sharon Daniel, Beth LangstonContact: email@example.com
New Life Circuit RidersMeets: TBDLocation: TBD
A small group for men and women who like to ride to different locations and visit places to eat. We will meet until unable to ride due to cold weather.
Requirements: Have a Motorcycle Leader: Dan Rayl Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 765.434.0923
NLC FamilyMeets: 3rd Saturday of each month @ 2:00 PM - 5:00 PMLocation: EC 1
We were made for relationship, relationship with God, with our spouses, children and each other. NLC Family is a group born of necessity; we need this group as much as you do. Our desire is to form lasting relationships with other families, a deeper relationship with God, a place where families can get together, grow together, laugh together and just live life together. There will be family game time/activity. In the future, we will begin meeting to talk about Gods word, to pray and encourage each other in love and good works (Heb. 10:24).
Requirements: Single with children, married with children, or just married with no children. Children are welcome.Leaders: Brad & Jennifer WhitedContact: email@example.com or 765.210.1191
AlphaMeets: Sundays @ 9:30 AMLocation: YC 102
A practical introduction to the Christian faith. Anyone interested in finding out more about the Christian faith is welcome. Join others in a relaxed atmosphere. Each weekly session includes snacks, a video and a small group discussion. Heres your chance to ask your questions and express your opinions.
Requirements: None Leader: Jim BerryContact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 765.217.4800
Bloom: Womens Small GroupMeets: 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month @ 9 :00 AM- 11:00 AMLocation: EC 1
Bloom where you are planted. Bloom is a small group for women who are looking to become close to God while also connecting with other women in the church. We will be doing a 5 week Bible study focusing on exploring Gods love. Join us as we read You are Loved by Sally Clarkson and Angela Perritt in learning how to embrace Gods love for you.
Requirements: NoneLeaders: Saudia Thomas & Jennifer WhitedContact: 770.823.2547 / email@example.com or 765.210.0669
The Change the World School of PrayerMeets: Sundays @ 11:00 AMLocation: WC2 Conference Room
There will be seven lecture hall sessions with three teaching points on a personal, daily intimacy with Christ through prayer.
Requirements: NoneLeaders: Tim & Meta HumeContact: 765.452.9702 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Freedom GroupMeets: Wednesdays @ 7:00 PMLocation: Pastor Sharons Home
During the 13-week Small Group semester, the Freedom Group will gather weekly to discuss the Freedom Small Group curriculum, which is designed to equip you to live the victorious and abundant life Christ came to give you. Freedom Groups build on the foundation of your faith in Christ to help you embrace the truth of Gods Word as it relates to your world-view, your past, your sin, your personal value to God, and your purpose in His Kingdom. This group will help you remove every obstacle to intimacy with God and walk in true freedom.
God has a unique plan and purpose for our lives. In Freedom Group, you will learn to leave your past behind, find healing and walk in the freedom only God can give. As you do that, you will be able to walk in that plan and purpose God has for you.
At the end of the Small Groups semester, there is a Freedom Conference that every Freedom Group member is encouraged to attend. The Freedom Conference focuses on solidifying what you learned in Freedom by helping you take next steps to overcome your past and lay a foundation for walking in daily freedom.
Requirements: NoneLeader: Sharon BlankenshipContact: 765.438.5643 / email@example.com
GriefShareMeets: Thursdays @ 7:00 PMLocation: Walkers Home
This group is designed to love others as they walk through the loss by death of a spouse or family member. This group is not to fix your situation but to come alongside you as you carry on living.
Requirements: NoneLeader: Gerry WalkerContact: 765.457.3731
Mark: It Begins HereMeets: Wednesdays @ 7:00 PM Location: New Life Worship Center
Of the 4 Biblical accounts of Jesus life, Mark is the shortest. As Nicky Gumbel says, It is the liveliest Gospel; it races from event to event with an air of breathless excitement. It is the urgent announcement of the good news of Jesus Christ. Marks favorite word is immediately. The opening line in Eugene Petersons translation is The good news of Jesus Christ - The Message! - begins here... Join us immediately for this live