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Light in the Dark (Leader Guide) (Synago Small-group Resources Series)

Paperback|Jan 2002
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80 Pages
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Synago is the Greek word for "come together." The goal of this resource is to strengthen members' spiritual relationship with God and Jesus Christ. Secondly, it will build Christian community within a circle of friends, in which group members practice and experience what it means to be in ministry to and with one another. This first of four volumes, Light in the Dark, provide 16 sessions for student-led senior high small groups. It also includes the necessary information for setting up and maintaining this approach to reaching and teaching senior high youth. The cell-group design calls for two student leaders, two adult 'encouragers,' and up to six additional youth members, usually friends'both churched and unchurched. When the group reaches ten, it splits. The two new groups then grow again to ten. The model has proven effective in numerous areas and is especially appealing to senior-highs because it gives them leadership, encourages them to invite others, creates a safe place of spiritual intimacy, and deals with integrating Bible, life, and faith. Sessions covered in this study include: Caring for the earth, forgiveness, relationships, dating, temptation, and doubt. All participants should use the Student Journal (ISBN 0687049539)Small-Group Sessions include: Setting Priorities Back to Nature Forgiveness When Boy Meets Girl How Do You Score in Love? Getting Physical Prayer Power Time Out! Sweet Temptations: Materialism Sweet Temptations: Revenge Sweet Temptations: Deceit Who Do You Say I Am? The Parent Trap I Doubt It! Calm in the Storm Closing Time
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Synago is the Greek word for "come together." The goal of this resource is to strengthen members' spiritual relationship with God and Jesus Christ. Secondly, it will build Christian community within a circle of friends, in which group members practice and experience what it means to be in ministry to and with one another. This first of four volumes, Light in the Dark, provide 16 sessions for student-led senior high small groups. It also includes the necessary information for setting up and maintaining this approach to reaching and teaching senior high youth. The cell-group design calls for two student leaders, two adult “encouragers,†and up to six additional youth members, usually friendsâ€"both churched and unchurched. When the group reaches ten, it splits. The two new groups then grow again to ten. The model has proven effective in numerous areas and is especially appealing to senior-highs because it gives them leadership, encourages them to invite others, creates a safe place of spiritual intimacy, and deals with integrating Bible, life, and faith. Sessions include being a Child of God, Stress, Reaching out to others, Prayer, Friendship, Gossip, and Hope. All participants should use the (ISBN 0687049733)


Sessions include:
Child of Mine
Stress-Less
Love Story
The Outsiders
Prayer 101
Getting Directions
What Friends are for?
Thirst Quencher
Serve it up
When Life Hurts
Zip the Lip
Loving God
Loving Myself
Loving Others
Light in the Dark


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Karen Kluever

Karen Trogdon Kluever served for ten years as Youth Program Coordinator at the 3,900-member Myers Park United Methodist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Currently Director of Program Ministries at Mouzon United Methodist Church in Charlotte, Karen is also a graduate of Pfeiffer University in the School of Religion, Christian Education, and Youth Ministries.

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