Parables Series Curriculum

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Parables Series Curriculum

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Coming Home Series Curriculum

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Coming Home Series Curriculum

The curriculum for this entire series will be updated at the link in the title to your left every Tuesday afternoon. Please refer back to this posting for curriculum through the month of December.

We also want to encourage you to consider hosting a Christmas party with fun and games at some point this month!

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Joshua - Setting a Ministry DNA for Your Lifegroup

Joshua - Setting a Ministry DNA for Your Lifegroup

5 studies to help your group vision and launch into ministry together. This series of lessons doesn't tie directly to the sermon series, but is designed for lifegroups to discuss what it means to apply the principles of Joshua to ministering together as a community. It includes 4 Bible studies and one movie, Antioch's Movement video.

Studies

Passages

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We're Family - Lifegroup as Family

This week's and next week's curriculum are both here. We will be doing a two part study on helping our lifegroups become more like family, which is based on the sermon from this past Sunday.

Click on the title to your left to download the file.

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We're Family - Lesson 4

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We're Family - Lesson 4

We continue our DBS with 1 John 3:16-24 this week as a supplement to our We're Family sermon series.  Missed this Sunday's sermon?  Listen to it online at www.epicentrechurch.org/resources.  Have a great week!

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We're Family - Lesson 2

For lifegroup curriculum in this series, we’ll be working through the book of 1 John.  What does 1 John have to do with family?  Good question!  1 John is a letter written by the Apostle John to a group of early Christians (the family of believers) with concerns about them.  1 John particularly carries many themes about abiding in the Father and how that relationship informs our relationships with one another (i.e., how to be family).  As you do this DBS, look particularly for those instructions regarding our relationship to God and each other.

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