Two Are Better Than One

by | Mar 13, 2022 | NextGen, Sermon

We live in a world that is more connected than ever before. This is something to be excited about, right? But what if the connection we are experiencing isn’t what God intended? What if we’ve been chasing something that isn’t what it seems to be? God offers us connection that is lasting and meaningful. How would you define false connection? What does false connection look like in the church? What are some points of false connection in your life? What is the solution to false connection? From Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 ESV, what are some additional attributes of true connection. What are some steps you can take to become more vulnerable when connecting with others within the church?

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