Family as the Domestic Church

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Hi Brothers and Sisters,

The GJF family is growing. We now have a new group, called GJF’Trapper, every monday, 7-9 p.m, in Yvette’s home. In addition, the original tuesday, 7-9:15 p.m at Samantha’s is still going on and will be called GJF or GJF’Atoka.

People love our format of open, safe, honest  sharing of personal experiences and experiential formation. In addition to sending people to events to encounter Jesus, this format has been  effective in preparing people’s hearts and minds to let God transform them by the renewal of their mind. [Rom 12:2].

As everything in GJF is the work of the Holy Spirit, we do not limit experiential sharing, and therefore cannot always know how long it will take. In case there is time left in the meeting, we will filll them with short expereintail formations based on resources on Fr. Ben’s website, GJF emails, and especially News or Top Stories (on cell phones) segments.

We suggest you read the text or play the videos, and discuss your personal experiences related to the segment. Let’s start with the following: The Family as Domestic Church

Example of questions:

1) is my family a domestic church? how?

2) if it not, what steps am i going to take from now on to strive towards this goal?

So, Remember to at least scan these GJF emails, relevant radio segments, and Fr. Ben’s website so as to be aware of what’s available and identify issues appropriate to your life you would like to have discussed at a GJF meeting. Keep note of these and bring them up.

Remember the #1 goal of GJF is to meet your spiritual needs so that we can all go to heaven together, not as a lone ranger!

Rejoice in the LORD always; again, I will say rejoice!


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