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Hi! My name is Rosimar. I want to share how leading a connect group changed things for me. I was trying to get in the Word first thing in the morning but every time the alarm clock went off, I would turn to the side and say, “Lord, can we please do this later?” But after work, I was too tired to read. Then I heard about TSC’s connect groups and I thought, if I could get other people to read with me, then I will have to get up! I was afraid no one would sign up, but I finally decided to lead the Bible and Breakfast Connect Group. I watched the training videos. Before the week was over the group was full!

Together we read the entire New Testament last season. That is how God got not only me but 15 of us to read the word at 6:00 am Monday through Friday. No matter how tired we felt, the Word of God changed our mood and the fellowship was like oxygen flowing through our vital organs and brain. Leading a connect group is not overwhelming, you don’t have to do it alone, you can always add a co-leader or two. I still got to work on time every day.

I hope you decide to check it out for yourself. Leading a connect group or joining a connect group is lifesaving.

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