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Henry Bible Church is not a place for spectators. It is a place for team members. Whether you are a five-year old child, a ninety-five year old grandmother, a busy mom, or a businessman with big responsibilities, we want you to be a part of our vibrant church community. Here is how you can learn, serve, and grow at Henry Bible Church.
TBI/PTSD Spiritual Support Group Wed. 5:30pm
For Military Returning from all wars including the most recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as Wives/Family and Civilians who suffer from TBI/PTSD or secondary PTSD that doesn’t have a military cause.
Our group has been running since 4 April. There are snacks provided. If you would like to attend please call the church at (308-247-2077) or just show up at Henry Bible Church 5:30 – 6:30 each Wed. Night. Our moderators have been certified in “Care and Counsel for Combat Trauma” issued by Military Ministries.
(This support group is not a substitute for appropriate medical or psychological care for those experiencing significant emotional pain or whose ability to function at home, school, or work is impaired. Chronic or extreme stress may cause a wide assortment of physical and psychological problems. Some may require evaluation and treatment by medical or mental health professionals. When in doubt, seek advice from a professional.) (For Military the Cheyenne VA is a good starting point.)
Small Groups -Parsonage 7:00 pm Thursday ”r12 Dare to Experience True Spirituality”
r12 True Spirituality
Being a genuine disciple of Christ flows out of a relationship with Him. It’s about experiencing God’s grace, not earning His love through performance. A real relationship with Jesus Christ will produce a follower whose life looks progressively more like His life. Romans 12 provides a relational profile of an authentic disciple: someone who is surrendered to God, separate from the world’s values, sober in self-assessment, serving in love and supernaturally responds to evil with good. Christians who live out this kind of lifestyle are what we call r12 Christians. God is willing to go deeper and grow you into a real disciple… are you ready?
Henry Bible Church Women’s Group gives the ladies in our church family special times of interaction. Our women’s group meet at the church for a time of Bible study, prayer, quilting, coupon swapping, and much more (and, of course, food). This group provides a refreshing discipleship opportunity for the women in the church. This group will be meeting starting October 2012 after summer break at the church. Come on out and enjoy the fellowship!
Men’s Accountability Group
Accountability among men is an act of integrity. Accountability is designed to protect, encourage, and develop men of all ages. Accountability groups of three are formed among the men of HBC Accountability groups meet together as their schedules allow and keep in touch by email or phone. Interested? Let us know by filling out the contact form on this site.
5 Reasons Henry Bible Church Should have a Single Moms Ministry
With approximately 15 million single parents in the United States alone and the numbers growing daily, it is imperative that every church across our great nation have a thriving single mothers ministry. 67% of all single mothers do not actively attend a local church (The Church and the Single Mom, Carepoint 2011). And whether you are a single mother or simply know one, as Christians, that statistic should concern all of us.
1.. There are approximately 9 million single parents not attending a local church. What a huge opportunity to grow Henry Bible church!
2. The single parent family is the modern-day widow and orphan. (James 1:27) The Lord has a heart for the fatherless. Single Moms Ministries do NOT endorse divorce or unwed pregnancy. It merely provides support for the 15 million mothers who find themselves there.
3. A single moms’ ministry IS NOT the same thing as a singles’ ministry. Single moms need a place to connect that is gender-exclusive, where they can share the real-life concerns they carry when parenting alone.
4. Divorce Recovery is a great class offered at many churches (and we recommend it for any divorcing mom) but there are two problems. After the class is over, what do the divorcees do then? They need long-term support. Additionally, not every single mom is a divorcee.
5. Single moms need to connect long-term, so that they may have support when parenting their toddler, pre-teen, or teen. We highly recommend long-term support ministry, in hopes that single moms’ feel connected to our church and God.