Life Groups

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ASL – Recovery  (For Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Ladies) 
Fridays  4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

We invite you to come and celebrate God’s healing power in your life by walking together through a 12 Christ Centered steps and 8 recovery principles (found in the Beatitudes). At ASLR we open our lives to being changed by sharing our experiences, strengths and hopes with one another.  We become willing to accept God’s grace in solving our life problems.

As we work through the 12 Christ centered steps and apply the biblical principles found in the Beatitudes, we begin to grow spiritually.  We become to experience freedom from our dysfunctional, compulsive, and addictive behaviors.  Freedom is realized through peace, joy, and a stronger, more trusting relationship with God and others.

IS ASL RECOVERY FOR ME?

Do you lose sleep because of what you or someone is doing or has done?

Do you think a lot about problems that arise because of your or someone else’s behavior?

Do you seek confirmation from others or confirmation that your situation will change?

Do you feel alone, rejected, fearful, angry, guilty, resentful or exhausted?

Do you try to deny or conceal your issue or situation from friends or family?

Do you make excuses for yourself or someone else?

Do you feel responsible and guilty for their behavior?

Are you beginning to withdraw from friends and outside activities?

Is your work suffering because of an issue or behavior?

For it is God who works in you to will and to act according to his good purpose. Philippians 2:13

Contact:    Rev. Patricia Rivera    patpatcr@gmail.com

ASLR Webpage click here!

WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY
Women who love the Word of God come together every Tuesday for Prayer and Bible Study.

9:30 A.m. In rooms A-1 & A-2 at Chandler First Assembly of God.

Facilitator: Connie Young

STUDENT LIFE
The student Life Group is a life group dedicated to connecting students to each other, while also discussing hot topics of today’s society and using Biblical principles to navigate through tough decisions.

Facilitator: Pastor Steve Salvidge

SIGNS OF LOVE CRAFTS & HOBBIES DAY

Last Friday of each month at 9 a.m. to 5 p.m..
Open to anyone: Deaf and hearing persons – women and men welcome.
Bring your crafts & hobbies that you plan to make:
Knitting, Stamping, Card making
Car/plane models, Geo stuff to make things
Painting, sketching, art, Quilting and more.

Share to show how to do or make.
Bring your own tools, scissors, tapes and stuff for your crafts/hobbies.
Bring your own drinks, lunch, and share snacks

Facilitator: Jill Valentine

GOSPEL JAM (Music)

If you like to sing and/or play an instrument for the Glory of God here is a life group you want to be a part of.

Once a month a group of musicians and singers get together to play their instruments and sing for the Glory of God.

Facilitator: David Kelley

What is a Life Group?

  • A Life Group is a small group! Between 3-12 adults who meet regularly together for the purpose of mutual encouragement, study, prayer, practical support and fun (!) as fellow members of the family of God.
  • Life Groups meet in circles where the focus is on everyone is able to participate. Large groups are more organized for presentations where the focus is one primary speaker and/or event.
  • A Life Group is an extended spiritual family! “God sets the lonely in families.” (Psalm 68:6)
  • Life Groups are vital ways in which discipleship or “friendship ministry” can be practiced on a daily basis among fellow members of the Church. (Eph. 4:15-16)
  • Life Groups are vital ways in which discipleship or “friendship ministry” can be practiced on a daily basis among fellow members of the Church. (Eph. 4:15-16)
  • Life Groups are the way in which we provide pastoral care for the Lord’s flock at CFA. (1 Peter 5:2-4; Matthew 9:36-38)