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A printable checklist of practical tasks needed to start a small group including preparation, what you need for your first meeting, and what to do after the first meeting.
These two handouts offer multiple ideas for prayer and worship activities you can do with your small group to help keep you connected with God.
Saying yes to leading a small group is a risk. But it’s also an adventure, and this course will help you take the first step! As you lead, you’ll discover a life-giving community and growing love for Scripture.
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With her mixed multiethnic and multicultural background, Chandra Crane has keenly felt the otherness of never quite fitting in. Join her as she interviews guests, has lively and honest discussions and helps us to find out how a mixed identity can be a blessing.
In thinking about mixed ethnic identity, what does it mean to be a “mixed blessing?” Use these two reflections (alone or in groups) to ask this question and sit at the feet of our Brown, multiethnic, Middle Eastern/North African savior, listening to what he has to say about how we have been made for good.
Listen to the stories of two InterVarsity Latina/o staff as they share their experience of being multiethnic, Mixed people. Then use the guided reflection to see how their stories illuminate your own Mixed experience and/or those of your Mixed family and friends.
Well then, look no further! The “Life of Moses” Bible study series was created to help students and staff take the plenary teaching from LaFe13: Mi Gente, back to campus to share with their friends. “Life of Moses” will provide you with the first eight weeks of teaching to help your LaFe ministry become outward-focused from the very start.
You've been entrusted with a meaningful ministry. Now, what?!? Featuring long-form interviews with LaFe Leaders and friends, we dig into relevant topics for campus ministry and Latino leadership. At the intersection of Christian faith and Latino ethnic identity, God has a gift for you. // Hosted by Steve Tamayo. Theme music by Alex Waters. Brought to you by InterVarsity's Latino Fellowship (LaFe)
The Hero resource was developed specifically for Black Student Ministry and engages the social identity of black people and its contrast/comparison to our true identity given by God. Available in booklet or digital format.