Alyssa Young

Four Baseline Qualities an Accountability Partner Should Have

These days, it takes time to build relationships with people you can trust with absolutely everything. At the same time, you may feel as though you’d make a great friend to someone, but things aren’t developing. Something to consider is that quality of friendships completely outweighs quantity of friendships. Don’t feel discouraged if you think you’re not great with making new friends. Most of the time, having two or three great friends is the right…

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How to Set Up Your Church to Facilitate Community Groups

As your church grows in number, more and more ministry groups will form. When more groups form, they will need space to get together. Depending on your church’s size, you may be able to easily offer space at any time. For example the Vineyard Community Church hosts a branch of Cincinnati Christian University in their space. On the other hand, you may have a limited amount of space. When multiple groups want to use the…

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How BLOC Ministries Does Community in Their After School Program

BLOC is an acronym for Believing and Living One Christ. With that being said, their mission statement is to love the unloved by bringing Christ into the home through consistency, presence, community, and Christ in us. You may wonder, “Whose home?” BLOC Ministries reaches out to low income families of Price Hill in Cincinnati, Ohio. Through their after school program, women’s ministry, art facility, pizza shop, and coffee shop, they give their time to support…

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The Difference between a Prayer Partner and an Accountability Partner

If you’ve been involved in a church long enough, the terms “prayer partner” and “accountability partner” probably seem familiar to you. Upon random thought one day, I wondered if the terms are interchangeable or if there are specific things that set one apart from the other. So, I decided to make a list of things prayer partners should do. Then, I made a list of what accountability partners should do. As it turns out, the…

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Coffee Shop Community: The Modern Meeting Place for Business Folks and Jesus Followers Alike

Ever since the emergence of chain coffee shops and wireless internet access, people have discovered them to be the ideal place for meeting with friends, co-workers, or clients. Cincinnati is an area where coffee shop meetings are extremely common as there are several quaint places to visit. 5 Reasons for Why Coffee Shops are the New Cultural Meeting Place Coffee shops have coffee and food. Usually, meetings are made more comfortable when each individual has…

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  • 1 Corinthians 1:10 May 21, 2022
    “[A Church Divided Over Leaders] I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought.”
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