Outside of Class Small Groups

Purpose:

Students are also required to be part of a weekly small group outside of class time.

Focus:

The focus of these groups will be to further process and activate what they have been taught in class or learned in the books.  

Format:

The following are examples of some activities we expect to happen in your Outside of Class Small Groups to accomplish the above goals.  

Testimonies…

  • Are opportunities to share personal experiences.
  • Produce faith in others.
  • Increase the Fire of Revival.
  • Allow students to become comfortable speaking in front of people.

 Activation is accomplished by…

  • Group members praying for one another and seeing God work through prayer.
  • Practice prophesying over each other.
  • Experiencing God through encounters (i.e. “soaking”).
  • Short impromptu preaching on core values or heart messages.

Connection is established through…

  • Verbalizing and talking through your school and serving experiences
  • Expanding God’s Kingdom in community
  • Discuss what God is doing in your life.

Processing in-class work by…

  • Discussing your Bible Reading
  • Discussing latest teaching or guest speaker’s impact.
  • Discussing the monthly reading list books
  • Discussing revival/a specific revivalist

 

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