Newcomers

Top 10 things newcomers in your church think a 'small group' is.

10. A place where little people sit around and eat mini-cinnabons, small fries, and shrimp.

9. A class for short people.

8. A marketing home party for buying "miniatures."

7. After hearing about all the multiplying & birthing that goes on, they think they're small groups of polygamist's.

6. Me, You, and a dog named Pooh!

5. The place where the snakes are brought out.

4. The 'outcasts' of the church.

3. Terrorist Network (Cell).

2. The group assigned to dig into your past and decide whether or not you can stay.

1. No one over 5' admitted.

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