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About Faith Collective Groups

Faith Collective is a free online resource designed to help you grow as a Christ follower and grow in your relationships with others.   If you need support in the areas of family, parenting, marriage, aging, personal financial management, leadership, health, recovery, or other life issues, Faith Collective provides a growing number of resources to support you.

In addition, throughout the year we offer online small groups. Therefore, if you enjoy learning in relationship with others, we encourage you to sign up and receive updates about new Small Group opportunities.

 

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Faith Collective Small Group Calendar

 

February 12- February 28, 2018

Work-Life Balance

By Sandy Morander

This 2-part video series encourages us to find the best rhythm that works for our particular life stage and circumstances. A holistic approach to our life begins with care for ourselves that then enable us to care for others. While recognizing that families are often over scheduled and struggle to find quality time together, Sandy helps us to recognize the importance of leading by example and setting our family up for healthy lifetime habits that include food/meal times, playing together, and sleep.

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October 23- November 17, 2017

Faith as a Road to Transformation

By Gaye Litton

This study for seekers and new believers explores the power of the word of God and how it can forever change our lives. Join us as we learn how to live victorious lives with Christ.

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April 16- May 11, 2018

Stretch and Strengthen Your Prayer Life

By Nancy Abbot

Unfortunately, there are many individuals that have not had the opportunity, the practice, or the basic explanation for how to utilize prayer as a spiritual resource for connecting oneself and others to God. In this series Nancy Abbott, Chaplain of the Greater YMCA of San Antonio, addresses four common circumstances in which prayer can be a powerful resource.  She encourages and models how we can all claim prayer as a tool for our lives.

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