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The Walking Dead (Week 1) Recap

We had a great time last night hosting the very first RLC COLLEGE night.

It was so great to see everyone and things we’re off to a great start.

WEEK 1:  HOW TO SURVIVE A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE

Step 1: There’s strength in Numbers

It’s better to stay together. Believe it or not people have actually given serious thought to the idea, “What would I do if the world were overrun by zombies?”
The first rule for survival is to assess the situation and then surround yourself with protection.
There truly is strength in numbers.

Just like in a post apocalyptic situation, we navigate through a world where people around us don’t always have our best interests in mind. There are predators, villains  and even worse- people who simply don’t care.   How do we move through all that and not merely survive but thrive?

Step 1 is to connect with the family of God. Surround yourself with people who will speak to the potential inside you, hold you accountable, and help you work toward the best possible outcome. There’s no place better to experience this than in church. As we come together we find hope, joy, and strength to tackle the worst situations that life can through at us.

Everyone needs to know that someone is praying for them today… that happens when we connect ourselves to the Body of Christ.

Everyone needs to know that someone is going to help them grow to become all that God has for them… that happens when we connect ourselves to the Body of Christ.

Everyone needs a shoulder to cry on… that happens when we connect ourselves to the Body of Christ.

Everyone needs someone to laugh with… that happens when we connect ourselves to the Body of Christ.

 

We need each other. I need you. You need me. Together we can change the world. Alone we can’t even change ourselves.

Let’s do life together.

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