Mission Work as a Group

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Social groups describe who we are as individuals. Every person is involved in multiple social groups whether they realize it or not. Some social groups can be determined by a broad spectrum or a narrow spectrum. Social groups can be spread out throughout different regions as well as an entire nation as a whole. Every person who attends North Carolina State University is part of the same social group. That social group can be broken down into many smaller groups, such as the individual colleges in the University. Within those smaller groups of the different colleges, the groups can even be divided into smaller groups by major, and then again by concentration. Every person belongs to dozens of social groups without even realizing. The social group that has played a huge role in my life is the one of people who has participated in mission work. Mission work is something that has been very vital in my life ever since I was a little girl in middle school. I do not know what my life would be today without being part of groups that did service projects, and volunteer work as well as on many occasions spreading the knowledge of Christianity. I have been a part of two groups in particular that have truly changed the way I look at life and how I view other people. Tungsten Baptist Church and First Baptist Youth Group have both been very influential on life and I cannot imagine my life without these. I started going to Tungsten Baptist Church when I was just a baby
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