Many people are familiar with Psalm 23. But because we all know it, we often breeze through the psalm without slowing down long enough to rest in the assurance it offers.
In this 6-part series on Psalm 23, pastor Matt Chandler introduces us to the great shepherd, the Lord, who promises to provide for every need of his flock. Though only six verses long, this psalm teaches us profound truths about our loving and protective God.
By studying Psalm 23, we’ll encounter a life-transforming question: Do you trust the Lord to care for your needs?
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What is a Home Group?
Home Groups are small group Bible Studies doing life together! It's an opportunity to develop the spiritual dimension & relationships outside of the group settings. Groups are comprised of 6 to 12 people, and intergenerational, children and families are welcome.
Why Home Groups at Spirit of Joy?
We truly believe that lives will be changed by consistent community and nurturing relationships in the name of Jesus Christ.
What are the hopes and goals?
We hope that there will be a deepening commitment to life in the church. We hope that the health and vitality of the church will be increased, that is, a strong commitment coming out of growth in personal spirituality and relationship. With this the hope is that Spirit of Joy will increase in capacity with families and church growth.
What are the expectations of a Home Group:
The commitment would be from 5-7pm once a week based on the selected material. Each meeting will include fellowship, food, and Bible study. Within the group there will be the opportunity to grow spiritually and in relationship with your group.
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