Through of all of life’s activity, do you ever feel like you are just skimming the surface? Do you wonder if there is more to this life with Christ? The Journey invites you to awaken to God’s good work in and through you. Take this meaningful walk with others that explores some of the biggest questions of your faith:
- Who is God?
- Who am I?
- What does God desire to do through me?
4×4’s and Heart-to-Hearts
When we look at the book of Acts we see a church that didn’t just meet together for corporate celebration but met together in homes throughout the community. Acts 2:42 tells us that the church devoted themselves not just to the principles and practices of Christian living, but to fellowship. Literally, they partnered together in life, encouraging and supporting each other, enjoying life together, meeting each other’s needs, and figuring out life’s challenges together.
As a result of this combination of devoting themselves to the teaching of the Apostles, corporate worship and fellowship they developed an unquenchable passion for the Lord that led to more people coming to know the love, power and forgiveness of Jesus. It’s this picture of church that we desire to pursue. We want to be a “vibrant community, passionately modeling Jesus”. Our Small Groups play an important part in our desire to become the church we read about in the book of Acts.
At TFRC our Small Group Ministry takes a variety of shapes, but primarily exists through what we call 4 x 4’s for men and Heart to Hearts for women. These are groups of three or four men or women who meet weekly, at various times, in various places, for fellowship, accountability, and growth.
Veteran Christian Fellowship
VCF is a group of veterans for veterans. We study the scriptures, pray, provide support, and share stories from our unique perspective as vets. Hang out with other vets, while also routinely heading out into the community to support veterans in need. We meet every Monday night at 7:00pm in room 100 in the East Building. For more information, please contact Marvin Barnes at (208) 934-7787.