We hope you ﬁnd these short videos a great conversation starter and a gateway to some helpful discussions in your group.
Each week’s video will have some teaching (usually around 15-20 minutes) broken into bite-size pieces, with conversation points inserted. When you get to a conversation point in the video, some discussion questions will appear on the screen, and you will be invited to pause there to chat. Once you’ve had a chat you can restart the video and watch the next bit.
All of these videos are simply a method to trigger reﬂection and conversation, so please use them in whatever way works best for your group. Sometimes groups get into such great chats that they only get part of a video watched and then pick it up again the next week. The goal is not to simply get the study done, but to help your group connect, so don’t feel hemmed in by the teaching material. Let it serve the needs of your group.
To watch and view the videos simply click on the links below each section, this will open up a vimeo page of the video. Once you have opened the video on vimeo you can download it by clicking the grey download symbol in the bottom right directly underneath the video itself. Here you can select the size of the video you want to download - simply pick the option that works best with your internet speed. To not lose the quality of the video select 'HD 1080p'.
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What do you think of when I say simplicity?
Does it conjure up ideals of beach days, out of the reach of emails and texts and to-do-lists, sipping coﬀee from a coconut shell - a beautiful picture that seems out of your reach… Or does it conjure up images of bland boredom, sameness, lack of productivity or adventure.
In this study we will discover that simplicity is neither an out-of-reach ideal or a decline into inactive boredom. Simplicity is accessible and powerful and it might just be the tool we are missing to help us follow Jesus into the life we really want.
Join as we discover how we can simplify our lives and the power it may bring to us when we do.
The great commission invites every believer to go and make disciples, but many of us feel inadequate, ill-equipped or unmotivated for the task.
Join us as we think about why we should make disciples, some things that may be getting in the way of our mandate, and how we can step into this adventure in an even greater way.
We can’t begin to move forward until we know where we truly are.
How do we begin to partner with God to build a better life; one that reﬂects his Glory and carries his heart? Surely one of the ﬁrst steps in the right direction is gaining a revelation of ourselves in the light of his presence.
The practice of self-examination is an ancient art Christians have utilised throughout history to ﬁnd out where they truly are. Join us as we think about a variety of ways to practice self-examination together and as individuals seeking to follow Jesus.
As followers of Jesus we know that Scripture is important, but sometimes it can feel really difficult to navigate.
Join us as we think about how we can develop good rhythms and practices in Bible reading and discover some tools that might help us as we study.
Genesis paints a picture of humanity being entrusted with the stewardship of the created world. Stewardship is central to our human mandate, and so we want to ensure we are stewarding well. This study considers what the Bible has to say about stewardship and gives space to ask how that teaching can be outworked in our lives.
Dr John Andrews brings us a 12 part series on the meals in the book of Luke.
Feasting and fasting may seem like a strange combination for a study. Surely these two concepts are mutually exclusive… Can both be biblical? Are both necessary parts of our discipleship?
Join us as we take a look at what the Bible has to say about fasting and feasting and discover together the richness that both these spiritual disciplines can bring to our lives.
Have you ever thought about how Jesus took a bunch of individuals and turned them into a community, a collective, friends?
Join us for a 2 week study as we think about how community forms and why being part of christian community is both biblical and essential. We will chat honestly about what makes life in community difficult and yet why this commitment to follow Jesus together, not alone, matters.
Have you ever struggled with the tension of the desire to share your faith and the fear of sharing your faith? Do you struggle to know how to share your faith?
Join Crown Jesus Ministries as they take us on a 4-week journey to help us share our faith.
As we watch the life and ministry of Jesus we see that he was committed to both community and to solitude. Oftentimes we are better at one than the other. Join us for a 2 part series as we examine the benefit of both these practices in our discipleship to Jesus.
Jesus said, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. “
What does it mean to enter in to the peace Jesus promised? How might it affect our lives and our world?
Journey with us over the next few weeks as we explore what it means to have a biblical concept of peace.
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