=A LITTLE ABOUT THE FEW=
Hey there! I’m Lilly Hobbs, and I’m so excited that you’ve stopped by to learn more about our ministry! A little background on me: I am a 16 year old teen girl who has lived in Ohio all of my life, except for living in Fort Worth, Texas for 3 months (but that’s another story). The Few was actually created from a passion that I had to get serious about my personal walk with Jesus and to see others do the same, together.
The Few started out in my church youth café, where I invited 7 teenage girls to come and do a Bible study with me and my sister, Madie, on Thursday nights. I had decided June 7th, 2018 would be our first night to meet. One girl showed up. Yeah, you can imagine how discouraged I was. Looking back though, I don’t regret anything. I could share with you story after story of how we have, and still are, seeing God move; which is pretty much the purpose for this blog. To share stories of how we are seeing the Lord move, and to encourage you to be one of the few who will get serious about being serious for Jesus alongside us.
Currently, we are about a year and a half into meeting weekly, and there are five other girls (besides my sister and I) who have committed ourselves to seeing The Few reach the masses with the Gospel. We meet in my living room once a week to be in God’s presence together, and man, some powerful things have happened within our group. We pray, we worship, we study, we share, but most importantly we have all gotten serious about Jesus!
It is our prayer that you will get involved and catch this vision with us. We try to post here once a week, and then some additional stuff on our Facebook and Instagram pages throughout the week. By following and keeping up with what we are doing over here at The Few, you help us to continue to share real and Biblical truth with others.
Just in case you were wondering, our name came from a quote by Elisabeth Elliot who once said, “The preoccupations of young women – their looks, their clothes, their social life – do not change very much from generation to generation. But in every generation, there seem to be a FEW who make other choices.”
In Christ Alone, Lilly Hobbs