Matthew 26: 57-58, 69-75
In this passage from Matthew we see a key example of someone "going it alone." Peter goes from defending Jesus to the death to denying that he knew Him in a couple of hours because he was "some distance away." God does not want us to be on our own when facing problems, encouraging instead to gather in a like-minded group of believers.
Ecclesiastes 4: 12 tells us that a cord of three strands is not quickly broken. While often cited in marriage ceremonies, the verse actually addresses the lives of God's people and how they should support and build up one another, which is a picture of the role played by the Family Life Groups of Eastwood Baptist Church.