A friend loves at all times, And a brother is born for adversity.
What kind of a friend are you? There is a vast difference between knowing someone well and being a true friend. The greatest evidence of genuine friendship is loyalty (loving “at all times”) – being available to help in times of distress or personal struggles. Too many people are fair-weather friends. They stick around when the friendship helps them and leave when they’re not getting anything out of the relationship. Think of your friends and assess your loyalty to them. Be the kind of friend that the Bible encourages.
Grow with us as we become like a “Band of Brothers” by performing the 3 S’s.
Study – Study the word of God.
Service – Meeting a need within our church.
Socialize – Building lasting friendships through fellowship with other men.