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“For where two or three have gathered together in my name, there I am in their midst.” 

Matt. 18:20


While on earth, Jesus regularly spent time alone in the Father’s presence. At other times, he taught the crowds or his disciples. Sometimes, he selected just two or three close friends for “deeper” learning. (Matt. 17:1-9, Matt. 26:26-47) 


VIANOVA dreams of seeing a movement of integrated communities of followers of Jesus develop in Belgium. But experience has shown us that, for a movement to gain momentum and grow, it is necessary that between the collectivity (the community) and the individuality (the disciple), a third category is added: a mini-collective of 3 people. Note that this principle is reflected in the Trinity between the Father, the Son and the Spirit. 


In this intimate space, the 3 disciples walk together in their reading of the Word and its concrete applications in their lives. They can freely express their discoveries, questions, doubts and challenges. They share their lives and support each other in prayer and action. 


As they strengthen their walk with Jesus in these mini-communities, the whole community grows, being held together by the bonds of love woven in the intimacy(privacy) and confidentiality of the 3D groups. And strong communities and followers mean a growing movement. 

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