• 2or3 Stories

    Connecting at the KCBI Breakfast

    On November 13, we were delighted to sponsor the KCBI Business Networking Breakfast! 90.9 KCBI FM is a popular Christian radio station in Dallas/Fort Worth that has a great emphasis on serving and ministry. They organized this networking breakfast as an opportunity to fellowship and connect. About 100 business men and women gathered at the Las Colinas Country Club in Irving, Texas.     Chris Kinsel, the Director of Business relations at KCBI, kicked off the event at 8:00. People were busily engaged in conversations, while enjoying their hearty breakfast. Matt Austin, the General Manager of KCBI, gave some opening remarks and led in prayer. The keynote speech was given…

  • Inspiration

    Jesus Restores

    Have you ever been through a season of suffering, grief, or brokenness? Or maybe you’re still going through a season like that. In those times, it can be hard to even smile, let alone laugh. God understands. Jesus lived in this broken world. He knows what we go through. Jesus is also the one who restores. Psalms 126:1-2 says, “When the LORD brought back the captive ones of Zion, We were like those who dream. Then our mouth was filled with laughter And our tongue with joyful shouting; Then they said among the nations, ‘The LORD has done great things for them.’” The nation of Israel had lived in exile. But God graciously restored them. And once again…

  • Getting Started

    Light For The Path

    At 2or3 we believe in the power of God’s Word. And we understand that life isn’t easy. We all face challenges, hardships, struggles, and pain. Through His Word, God meets our needs, carries us through the hard times, guides our steps, and gives us joy as well. We’re excited to invite you to join us in the app for a new gathering around God’s Word. We’re calling it #FlashLight – a quick yet meaningful way to shine the light of God’s Word on today’s path. Each weekday we’ll share a few Scripture passages and a reflective question around a specific theme. When you need a fresh breath of spiritual air during the day, you can…

  • 2or3 Stories

    Walking For Freedom

    On Saturday, October 20th, a walk against human trafficking took place all over the world. This annual “Walk For Freedom” was organized by the A21 Campaign, a nonprofit anti-trafficking organization. A21 was founded by Australian speaker and author, Christine Caine. About ten years ago, God called Christine to take action against modern day slavery and to bring awareness of this ongoing injustice. What is the A21 Campaign? “We are a nonprofit organization fueled by radical hope that human beings everywhere will be rescued from bondage and completely restored. We are the abolitionists of the 21st century. We work with you to free slaves and disrupt the demand.” www.a21.org The 2018…

  • 2or3 Stories

    Together In Community

    Our vision for the 2or3 app is to help bring Christians together in community. Through our group features, people are able to communicate with other like-minded believers and build authentic friendships. Recently we heard a testimony from one of the groups in 2or3 that they were able to meet up in person! They each traveled from their respective locations, some from different states, to meet in the Washington D.C. area for a group activity. Some group members had to take time off from work or from their busy schedule, but they made the gathering happen, and they enjoyed a great time together! Experiencing Christian community is what 2or3 is about.…

  • Releases

    Enjoy the new updates!

    Recently we have released new versions of the 2or3 app that have some new features. We hope you will enjoy these updates, as well as some visual changes to the app.   New Features for both Andriod and iOS: The app has an enhanced prayer list. You can now select various prayers that you want to pray for, and you can edit your prayer list. You can also see how many days in a row you have prayed, which can help motivate you to continue praying. Also, it’s now easier to find people because your group members list and friends list are in alphabetical order. And all your published content…

  • Inspiration

    Tell Your Story

    Everyone has a story. In fact, we have multiple stories. And most of us enjoy telling our stories, don’t we? …the story about how you missed being in a huge car wreck by one split second. …the story about when you met that famous person who impacted your life deeply. …the story about a major decision that changed the direction of your life. You’ve probably told similar stories again and again. What about the story of your life being saved, by a famous person, who then changed the direction of your life? Have you told that one lately? After Jesus rose from the dead and ascended to heaven, the disciples…

  • 2or3 Stories

    A Chance To Change

    A question was presented to me several months ago: “What if you were defined by your worst mistake?” My biggest mistake is a very long and boring story that I’ll spare you from. Yet I can’t help cringing at the thought of people knowing me by the intimate details of my failure. Today, that’s not who I am. The Lord didn’t forgive me because I was good enough for His mercy, but He gave it to me anyway. Shouldn’t we, forgiven sinners, have mercy on the men and women behind bars? If you’ve never gone to prison before, you might be shocked by what you’d find. I’ve seen the TV…

  • Inspiration

    God Is Faithful

    I gave my life to Jesus my senior year in high school. Ever since then, it’s been a struggle to deal with the fact that my family isn’t saved. Now that I know who God truly is and understand His unconditional love for us, I have prayed for my family to know that feeling as well. Having a relationship with God is truly amazing! Once you accept God’s love, you want everyone to know it. However, instead of trying to save my family, I have come to understand that it’s a job only God can do. Since then, I’ve given it to the Lord and prayed for them daily. About…

  • Events

    Remembering

    “Where were you on September 11, 2001?” That’s a question many people ask on this day. Perhaps more important than remembering where we were, is to remember who we are – as families, friends, communities, and a nation. We are stronger together. We care about each other. We know how to work together. We are a country where individuals can enjoy freedom, peace, and opportunities. We look for ways to overcome evil with good. We believe that God can heal broken hearts and restore hope. May we never forget the ones who gave their lives on 9/11. May we honor those who continue to serve in this country in various…