"Many groups struggle with meeting and studying over the holidays, and this can be detrimental to the health of your group," I wrote in my November column in The Christian Standard magazine. "Not only that, but this is a prime time of the year to help your group members grow in their faith and invite new people. Perhaps your group will take a break from its normal schedule, but that’s no reason to stop meeting."
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