Community has been well-defined by many people over time. In fact, we almost have it down to a science on how to create and decimate community within our churches. But over the last several weeks I have been pushed to answer the question on, what is our end goal? The problem with this question is there is a long-term ultra spiritual answer that I can quote several verses in the Bible, (take a deep breath) or I can simply quote the theme song from an american sitcom that began the same time I entered this world, “Where everybody knows your name!” So my friends the goal of group life whether you call it a small group, a community group, or even a life group, is to create a sense of belonging. When you feel like you belong, accountability happens, and no matter if times are good or bad, care happens. When people have other people to count on, the sense of belonging catapults them to a new chapter in their life, where they begin to experience the abundant life John 10:10 speaks about. No matter the leader, no matter the strategy, if you can create belonging in your communities, then you will begin to see a movement that changes the face of your church.