Hey Guys!! What’s up? How’s your week going? I don’t know why I’m asking you questions, you can’t respond! Anyway, this week has been stressful for me. It’s all been work, work, work, sleep, work, work, eat, work, sleep, work. Sometimes I feel like there is no time to myself or to just get away and relax. But then there’s that time of week when my stress level goes down drastically. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays are the three days a week that I just stop what I’m doing and have fellowship with some friends.
Fridays I have a small group bible study with a couple of my friends, Tuesday nights I have a small group for guys, and then Wednesdays I attend Kairos. These groups are a huge part of my week. I feel like I have a little taste of my Sabbath in every one of them. Are you involved in a small group of some sort? Yes? No? Well you should be! Small groups, or even big groups, are a vital part of fellowship and really help you grow through your faith. Why should we have only one Sabbath day a week dedicated to relaxing and just resting? Why not have Sabbath moments throughout the week as well?
I urge you guys to join a small group, whether it’s one of MNU’s organized small groups or even just a small group of friends getting together and studying God’s word. Groups like Kairos are also an excellent way to just have time together and fellowship. These are all an awesome part of my college experience. Whether you are already a student at MNU or even a future Pioneer looking into joining a small group is one easy step to developing a healthy college experience, and it’s a great way to further develop your relationship with God. So just ask around about small groups or even start one with your friends. I promise you won’t regret it.