What is a Thrive Group?
It's a small group of people who meet in someone's home every week for 4 weeks. We have a variety of topics and days to choose from.
Spring Semester will run from the week of April 29th through the week of May 20th.
Check out the topics that will be offered this Spring!
Who Are You?
Study on Identity
Some of the hardest questions we have to answer center around identity. Who we believe ourselves to be has a HUGE impact on our how we live our lives—either for good or evil. In this group we will look at your personality (how God wired you), your spiritual gifts (how God equipped you to help and serve others), and your love language (how God designed for you to feel loved by others). If you are interested in those three things—this group is for you!
Invitation to Joy
The book of Philippians is one of the most joyful books in the Bible — the apostle Paul uses the Greek words for joy and rejoicing sixteen times in only 104 verses. And yet he wrote the book in a dark Roman prison, an unlikely place for joy to flourish. How did he do it? How is Paul joyful even in difficult circumstances? What can we learn from him? What is the secret to that kind of joy?
Study on How to Handle Money
Money can be one of the biggest stressors in our lives. The bills come fast. The paychecks don’t seem to come fast enough. The car breaks down. The kids need school supplies. It never ends. However, a little preparation and a little planning can put you on the path to financial freedom. If your finances are chaotic or you just feel like you could use some direction on how to wisely handle your money—this group is for you!
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Habitshab·it /ˈhabət/ (noun) - a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.
Habits are powerful—both negatively and positively. A bad habit can destroy life. A good habit can build life. What would happen if we harnessed the power of habit and aimed it at our spiritual disciplines? What if we developed good habits that deepened our relationship with God? What would our lives look like if good, spiritual habits became hard to give up?
Topics include- Bible reading, prayer, fasting, forgiveness and more…