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Rush Godly Community in the Local Church
Howdy friends and welcome to the second episode of the Rush the Local church podcast! We seek to RUSH the local church because we are racing there as fast as we can. In this day and age, a good Godly community can be so hard to find. We seek to help incoming freshman and current college students at both Blinn and Texas A&M University find Christian community in the Bryan/College Station area.
Finding Community in College
As college students, we are going to meet all kinds of people in all kinds of places. We have the opportunity to build friendships in:
- local church
While all these spheres of influence are incredible opportunities to find community, there is something crucial to having Godly community as a foundation in our lives.
In this second episode, we will get to talk to my sweet friend Taylor Bench. Taylor is an Education major at Texas A&M and proud member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2024! She serves as a Missional Community Group leader through her local church, Restoration Church Bryan. Missional Community Groups, known as MCG’s, serve to create opportunities for fellowship, spiritual growth, and service in response to the Gospel. She is extremely passionate about fostering community the way the Lord calls us to.
Taylor and I are going to talk about why Godly community is important and how the local church is the best place to foster it. We are going to talk about what scripture tells us about fellowship and how we can respond accordingly. We are going to discuss how her MCG defines success and how they hold each other accountable as they strive for true Godly community.
Are you desiring Godly community? Not sure what Godly community looks like? Want to know what scripture tells us about fellowship? We boldly invite you to join us as we seek to answer these questions! Stop going through life alone & let’s RUSH the local church TOGETHER!
Check us out on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you find your podcasting by searching for TAMU AGCJ 336!
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