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Why is Fellowship so Important?
1. Fellowship is Important Because I BELONG in God’s Family with Other Believers
"The Christian who is not committed to a group of other believers for praying, sharing, and serving, so that he is known, as he knows others, is not an obedient Christian.
He is not in the will of God.
However vocal he may be in his theology, he is not obeying the Lord."
Dr.Ray Ortland
Fellowship is Important Because I Need ENCOURAGEMENT to Grow Spiritually.
3. Fellowship is Important Because I need ACCOUNTABILITY to Grow Spiritually
4. Fellowship is Important Because CHRIST IS PRESENT When we Fellowship Together.
5. Fellowship is Important Because There is GREAT POWER When People Pray Together.
Fellowship Is Important Because I am OBLIGATED to Ever Christian.
One Another's of Fellowship
Serve One Another
Accept One Another
Forgive One Another
Greet One Another
Carry One Another’s Burdens
Be Devoted to One Another & Honor One Another
Teach One Another
Submit to One Another
Encourage One Another
How Can the Church Maintain Close Friendships?
Every Member Needs to be Part of a Small Group
There are two Types of Church Meetings
Large Group Meetings - Church Service
Small Group Meetings - Connect Group & Fellowship
What’s the Purpose of Small Groups?
1. Bible Study
2. Fellowship
3. Communion
4. Prayer
5. Support
6. Social
7. Praise
8. Outreach
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