Hey gals, I attend an Acts 29 church in VA and am loving it. Here in Hampton Rds there are about 4 bases within 30 miles of each other so there is a major turn around of military folk in our church. I have been nudged by the Spirit to start a military wives bible study or group with all the women at the church. However, I really don't know what do to with it!(oh yeah, our church doesn't have a building-so meetings would have to be at people's houses) I would like to meet a couple of times a month for a bible study, and have other activities like watching other's kids for MNO, mealteams, etc. What would you want from a military group at a church? I need some ideas before I bring it up to the church elders. Thanks so much!

Elissa

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