“Better Together“ (Acts 2:42, 46) (shared connection) Don’t allow physical distancing keep you from fellowship with those that love and care about you. Location doesn’t change revelation. Our fellowship with one another is important; just as our worship and fellowship with the Father. Loneliness is one of the greatest threats to our sense of well-being, affecting our health through our behaviors on social media, food consumption, and the like. One study suggests that nearly two-thirds of all people—regardless of age or gender—feel lonely at least some of the time. We need human connection; God designed us that way! Painful seasons of loneliness point to that need. It’s important for us to engage in the human companionship our well-being requires and to offer it to those around us who also need it.