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  • 1. Connection Groups
  • 2. Connection Groups
    • What is a Connection Group?
    • It is a wholistic small group to help people grow in their relationship with God.
  • 3. Benefits of Connection Group Membership:
    • Become involved with other believers
    • Meet new people
    • Strengthen your spiritual life
    • Gain an accountability partner
    • Be discipled and equipped for ministry
    • Reach people for Christ
    • Develop leadership skills
    • Identify and implement your gifts
  • 4. Connection Groups
    • What does the word “wholistic” include:
    • Acts 2:42-47
    • 1. Upward
    • 2. Outward
    • 3. Inward
    • 4. Forward
  • 5. Connection Groups
    • 1. Upward
    • We connect with God through worship.
    • (Singing, prayer, Bible study, testimonies, etc.)
  • 6. Connection Groups
    • 2. Outward
    • We connect with others to share God’s love.
    • (Acts of kindness in our community, sharing literature, inviting others to our Connection Group, etc.)
  • 7. Connection Group
    • 3. Inward
    • We connect through hanging out with each other.
    • (Once-a-month parties)
  • 8. Connection Group
    • 4. Forward
    • We connect through purposeful growth.
    • (Discipleship track, accountability partners, multiplying Connection Groups, etc.)
  • 9. Connection Group Track
    • I. Knowing Jesus Lessons (6 weeks)
    • Completion of the lessons leads to the
    • 101 Weekend Seminar:
    • Discovering Your Starting Point
  • 10. Connection Group Track
    • II. Growing in Jesus Lessons (6 weeks)
    • Completion of the lessons leads to the
    • 201 Weekend Seminar:
    • Discovering Spiritual Maturity
  • 11. Connection Group Track
    • III. Living for Jesus Lessons (6 weeks)
    • Completion of the lessons leads to the
    • 301 Weekend Seminar:
    • Discovering Your Shape for Ministry
  • 12. Connection Group Track
    • IV. Sharing Jesus Lessons (6 weeks)
    • Completion of the lessons leads to the
    • 401 Weekend Seminar:
    • Discovering My Life Mission
  • 13. Knowing Jesus 1 John 2:12 -14 Growing Disciples Growing in Jesus Living for Jesus Sharing Jesus 1 2 3 H 101: Discovering Your Starting Point 201: Discovering Spiritual Maturity 301: Discovering Your SHAPE For Ministry 401: Discovering My Life Mission
  • 14. Connection Groups
    • We envision each Connection Group multiplying as soon as new leaders are ready to begin their own group!
  • 15. Life of a Connection Group: 6 months – 1 year
  • 16.  
  • 17.  
  • 18. 1 group = 12 people
  • 19. 2 groups = 24 people
  • 20. 4 groups = 48 people
  • 21. 8 groups = 96 people
  • 22. 16 groups = 192 people
  • 23. 32 groups = 384 people