Bonding Together

Our church is a collection of people from various backgrounds. Several people have no biblical background or come from a different belief system. Others have attended traditional churches but are willing to help grow a young church. What is amazing about this small group is the older women.

Our women have bonded and gracefully share love and acceptance with everyone else. Newcomers are quickly adopted into the group. Each new woman is embraced (literally and figuratively) and taken under the wings of the group.

These women are neighbors who desire to reach out and love even more neighbors.

Sick beds are visited, funerals attended, meals offered, and outings embraced. The women thrive on helping others’ projects like collecting food, sharing hobbies, hosting baby showers, and knitting and crocheting for nursing home residents.

Christian fellowship causes these women to rely on and support each other. They adore having a missions project and the chance to work together. Common life experiences and age group cement them together and provide understanding, compassion, and support.

This group is all about bonding together into one body that seeks to love, encourage, learn, and serve. That’s missions, right?

Angie Quantrell is a happy neighbor in a growing, active group that loves to attack missions projects with great gusto.

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