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Since the fourth century, the Apostles' Creed has served the church as the core teachings about the Christian faith. In this 6-session study, this short synopsis of the faith is discussed line by line. Each week, a video is played followed by the small group's discussion and questions.
Anyone can host and facilitate a session. Just follow the class outline found in the Participant and Leader book (SKU: 849121) and play the video teaching from the DVD.
Grounded in Creed consists of the following sessions.
- Session One: I believe (19:20 minutes)
- Session Two: In God (24:46 minutes)
- Session Three: In Jesus (22:45 minutes)
- Session Four: In the Spirit (26:09 minutes)
- Session Five: In the Church (13:00 minutes)
- Session Six: In the Promise (17:35 minutes)
Note: A new kind of community group study, this 10-pack of DVDs is enough for ten different small groups. Each of the ten groups will need one of these DVDs and each participant and leader will need a copy of the study book, which includes information for leaders.
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2018
Series: Community Group Resource
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I Believe...: The Apostles' Creed Simply ExplainedTimothy CrossDay One Publications / 2010 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:
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This offer to community groups (and small groups of any kind) is a six-session study based on the Apostles creed, which has served the church for nearly 1500 years as a basic summary statement about core Christian beliefs. This participant experience expands on the principle that "Growing People Change" their hearts and lives.
This six-session video-based study based on the Apostles Creed is intended for small groups throughout a congregation or where happening at home, at work, or at school in the community. Anyone in the group can host and facilitate a session. Follow the format in the participant and leader guide and play the brief video teachings from this companion DVD.
The six sessions are:
Session One: I believe (19:20 minutes)
Session Two: In God (24:46 minutes)
Session Three: In Jesus (22:45 minutes)
Session Four: In the Spirit (26:09 minutes)
Session Five: In the Church (13:00 minutes)
Session Six: In the Promise (17:35 minutes)
Grounded in Creed consists of a Participant/Leader Guide and DVD with 6 video sessions. (They are not closed captioned)
Jim serves as a trainer and coach, helping pastors launch and maintain healthy church environments. For more information go to harvestchurch4u.org.
Matthew Hartsfield is the lead pastor of Bay Hope church in Tampa, Florida, where he has served since 1993. His ministry at Bay Hope focuses on connecting the church to the community in meaningful ways to make disciples for Jesus Christ, particularly children and youth.
Jennifer Cowart is the executive pastor at Harvest Church, a United Methodist congregation in Warner Robins, Georgia, that she and her husband, Jim, began in 2001. Today Harvest serves 2,500 people in seven worship services weekly. With degrees in Christian education, counseling, and business, Jen oversees a wide variety of ministries and enjoys doing life and ministry with others. As a gifted Bible teacher and speaker, Jen brings biblical truth to life through humor, authenticity, and everyday application. She and Jim have co-written several small group studies together, including Hand Me Downs and Living the Five. They are the proud parents of two children, Alyssa and Josh.
Jorge Acevedo is the Lead Pastor at Grace Church, a multi-site United Methodist congregation in Southwest Florida. Jorge led a group of young clergy in the creation of the book and Bible study Sent: Delivering the Gift of Hope at Christmas and is author of Vital: Churches Changing Communities and the World. He is a contributor to Circuit Rider magazine, Good News magazine, and Our Faith Today.