October 15, 2013|4:50 pm

1. Having Bible Study

- A great way to strengthen the body. The spiritual one that is!

- Build a personal relationship with God and come closer to your Christian brothers and sisters in the love of Christ.

InterVarsity (Photo: Facebook/InterVarsity USA)

Students from San Diego State University gather during an InterVarsity Bible study.

2. Gathering for a Meal

- Being together at the dinner table is always a PERFECT place to have conversation and get to know one another. Whether it is gathering together at a restaurant or being a host for the gathering.

Saddleback ministry (Photo: Saddleback Church)

On Thanksgiving Day, in addition to several other projects, more than 200 volunteers led by a motel (families in transition) ministry from Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif., will serve 700 meals at nine locations throughout Orange County. (File 2012)

3. Coffee Break

- Nothing says I want to get to know you like a fresh cup of coffee. Gathering at a coffee shop with fellow Christians is a GREAT way to introduce members, hold group discussions, share testimonies, and discuss challenges and issues in your life.

church (Photo: Reuters/Jessica Rinaldi)

(L-R) Members of Hope Wesleyan Church Tesia Greenwell, 25, Elissa Haywood, 28, Darla Shulz, 49, and Amy Solon, 43, talk during their Morning Perks prayer meeting at a local coffee shop in Independence, Iowa July 5, 2011.

4. Playing Sports Together

- Being able to play on a team with others builds teamwork skills, teaches that practice makes perfect, and shows us that everyone has something to offer. These skills can come into play in real life situations and can be a BIG help along the way on your path of faith.

Kids Playing Soccer (PHOTO: YouTube Screenshot/drosario173)

5. Game Night

- Gathering for Game Night is a FUN way to build relationships with fellow Christian members. People may feel less pressure to speak and open up during a fun night of games.

religious games (Photo: AP/ Elise Amendola)

The board game ''Mortality'' is seen at Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass. Sales numbers indicate the market for religious games is growing.