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As a community, we provide emotional and spiritual support, while sharing our strengths and insights from our personal recovery journeys.

Family support aids in the recovery of the impact that substance abuser has on the the family. We focus on scriptures and coping kits in easing and understanding addiction. This can be a confusing time when you feel isolated and have many questions about things you've never faced before. GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You don't have to go through the grieving process alone.

Our group meets Thursday evenings at 7 to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. Each session has three distinct elements. There is a video featuring top experts on grief and recovery subjects. Second, there is a workbook that will help you sort out your emotions.

Lastly, we will discuss the video and questions and comments from the workbook study. Workbooks will be provided at the first meeting. If you have any questions, please contact Fran Krawiec at fkrawiec yahoo. Learn to replace unhealthy behaviors with healthy ones by building an honest relationship with Jesus Christ and developing accountability with other men.

This is a safe environment where confidentiality is respected. Email Cecil at cmorgan ccdelco. A group of like minded men and women, who through the power of Jesus Christ seek freedom from addictions. Join as we discuss practical application taught in the Bible for those struggling with a life dominating sin.

Don't go through separation or divorce alone. Gather and fellowship at We will start promptly at 1: We will meet in the downstairs JKids multi-purpose room. This includes the DivorceCare workbook that follows along with the videos we'll be watching each week.

Contact Sue Ingram at srimedia aol. Join us for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship as we continue our study through the book of Acts. Our time together includes worship and prayer time Bible study, application discussion, and fellowship. If you have any questions, email Bob Banks at bbanks ccdelco. We meet first and third Tuesdays at 7: Join us for the fall session and we are lead through a video series by Matt Chandler about Psalms After the video we engage with discussion over the topic.

Study will be held at 7: Please reach out to Liesl at lieslsmiles yahoo. Every other Thursday beginning October 4, 7: It has eight sessions, each one exploring a short section of Philippians.

On the off weeks of prayer at ccdelco, we meet in West Chester from 7: Please contact Vince and Regina Rinchiuso We will be studying the book of Jonah and going through a video series by Dr.

Through the video clips and discussion questions we will see how God uses extraordinary circumstances to break our hearts of selfishness, convince us His tender care, and unite our lives to His glory. We meet from 7: It's all here in 1 Corinthians. Few other passages of Scripture reveal the humanity of Christians as vividly as this book does.

Some of the topics include: Dealing with a sex-crazed society. Divorce—when is it justified? When Christians can and cannot sue. You're about to encounter God's perspective on some hot topics. And in the process you'll see how the church can impact today's world. We meet every other Thursday night at 7: Contact Douglas Fields at or email dwf icloud.

This group will be studying though the Book of John. Join us as we grown in relationships with one another and dive into practical application of God's Word. We meet weekly at 7: For more information about getting plugged in contact Ed Evans at or email at Ejevans22 yahoo. We are currently on Summer break, but plan to start back up in September with a study through the Book of Judges. We meet every Tuesday for Bible study and fellowship starting 7: All are welcome to stay for fellowship and coffee and dessert after.

This group also likes to serve together and provide a blessing to someone in need and we conclude with a Christmas Party. Please contact Jeff Kinney Kinney malvernprep. A place for men to meet, learn and grow together.

We are on a mission to learn how we can stand together as men and be able to protect our families, provide for them, and preserve the faith we have and pass it on to our children. Sometimes meetings change, so please call ahead to ensure the group is still happening.

Men's Motorcycle Ministry provides a Christian brotherhood of bikers to fellowship with and minister alongside. Call Bob Whiteside with any questions Below is a list of our scheduled rides Subject to Weather: Leaving from McDonalds Rt. When I Grow Up. This men's study mainly looks into the Bible verse Philippians 3: If you are looking for deeper community and practical discussion during the challenging season of life please call George Ciarrocchi This group meets on the first and third Thursdays.

Discover the keys to having a satisfied life. King Solomon had it all. Yet despite having everything he could ever want, Solomon was still unsatisfied. He soon came to a startling conclusion: Even if we have it all, it is never enough. This revelation inspired the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon's profound thoughts on the meaning of life. BE Satisfied examines Solomon's remarkable insights on what holds real value in this world.

Starts March 8th ! Study the book of Acts with us as we challenge ourselves to live in intentional Christian community with other believers. We will be looking at how the first church formed and how they lived out their faith in the earliest days of Christianity while considering how to apply that to our own lives as we live in community with each other.

Each week will start with quiet reflection time to journal, read scripture, and step away from the busyness of life. We will worship together, share snacks, talk about what God did in our lives in the past week, and discuss the book of Acts as we read through it together.

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Targeted for business's earning profit of less West Chester University Telephone: Mahaney have been close associates for many years. As you will recall, that was the month before Mahaney began his leave of absence. Here are two excerpts:. At the 23 minute mark, Harvey explains what he has learned in helping churches over the last 15 years by stating: I think it might be wise to save the public meetings for the intended biblical purpose for public meetings, which is to address the unrepentant sinner.

Congregations in the New Testament are not called upon to arbitrate matters. This church is something different. Now I want to applaud your pastors for their desire to involve Peacemakers. It certainly does have historical precedent, it certainly does have historical precedent particularly in the last years of the last two thousand years of church history. The majority of churches throughout history have been led either in the Episcopalian model or the Presbyterian model.

Now having said that I want you to know that there are people that believe differently that we love and respect, we love them and respect them. Might not be able to be part of the church. See, we have to be clear on the reality that people we love and respect can have a different understanding, can have legitimate disagreements.

Disagreements are not a problem. So disagreement is not a problem. I know most folks have not, most people are on board with this, but if you have, I want to encourage you to engage your pastors in that. While I was student a Duke, I had a religion professor named Dr.

Barney Jones who had a profound impact on my life. He has since gone to be with the Lord. Jones, was a special mentor to me, particularly during my senior year.

If and when that happens, just remain true to who you are and change your circumstances. As I have pursued the faith, I have discovered that I strongly believe in congregationalism, so I could never belong to a Sovereign Grace church based their polity alone. It seems that there has been great confusion over the years regarding SGM polity. I am not accustomed to seeing Dave Harvey, but those who are have had difficulty watching him.

His gestures seem to mimick C. Mahaney, and I must admit that his body language was distracting. The different camera angles were also distracting to me.

He explains that his audience is pastors and members of SGM churches. Here are the questions that have come up repeatedly: How do we view pastoral authority? I might add that changes in theology were not communicated well either. How does a church member express disagreement with a pastor? What does that look like? Further, do wives have to speak through their husbands or are they free to confront the pastor on their own? Why does Harvey assume that Mahaney will be addressing certain issues in future pastoral messages?

And he should remain head of SGM why…? I think he needs to take a pew in the back of the church for a good long while until he is invited to a front seat again. Also interesting to note Dave refers to CJ's pastoral classes in the future tense. So why not just dispense with the independent review charade, and put him back in charge? Stop patronizing everyone when there is clearly a predetermined outcome. And for goodness' sake, Dave, drop the 'might have appeared', 'could have been' and 'probably' prefixes to everything.

Man up and admit the failures without qualifications; you're going to wear out your tap shoes. Regarding the mentions of C. We want to encourage you to share your questions and concerns in this open forum. It certainly appears that SGM has been hemorrhaging members. Here is my prediction. CJ back in the saddle within three months.

Sons in laws given choice pastorates. Some softening of authoritarianism since they have lost so many people. Back to business as usual within the year. Brent will be blackballed from any pastorate with even tenuous ties to the new calvinism. I suggest he becomes an old time SBC type. I asked why no titles in SGM as senior shepherd, associate shepherd, shepherd in training, or shepherds college.

Dave said that pastors do not have the authority to command what the Bible does not command. I let him know that I was no longer an SGM member. He did not even post that question. They still believe in prophets for today last I checked. I guess they just do not talk about them that much.

Prophets are too weird. Just sweep them under the rug. I asked a current SGM pastor that same question, and he had no answer for me. Where are the prophets? What authority do they have in the church.

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