Homework

Top 10 excuses for not doing your small group homework.

10. I am on a "spiritual fast"…the kind where you fast from all things spiritual.

Aaron Zustiak, Community Christian

9. Remember the story in Exodus of the "Burning Bush"? Well…

Jim Walker, First UMC of Wyandotte MI

8. I thought you were being literal when you said to really "tear into it"…sorry

Aaron Zustiak, Community Christian

7. I lost track of time while I was surfing smallgroups.com!

Jeff Austen, Community Fellowship

6. Overslept.

Jim Walker, First UMC of Wyandotte MI

5. I was sure Jesus would return before our meeting.

Mike Mack, Northeast Christian, Louisville

4. The reminder I wrote on my hand washed off.

Tom Cotter, Clovis Christian Church

3. The questions required far deeper reflection than the week could afford.

Wendy McLellan, North Park Community Church, London, Ontario

2. I was abducted by aliens and they wanted to keep it.

Tom Cotter, Clovis Christian Church

1. I…uh…never made it home.

Aaron Zustiak, Community Christian

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