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Joe Miller

Even better, integrating the practical experience into the class. I developed a 6 part curriculum where each week the participants are given a new task to help develop their heart; pray for a friend, ask to pray for their friend, share their story with that friend, do an act of kindness for their friend, and finally, share their faith through the story of the Prodigal Son. It is good stuff since it is not an Either?or training, but a Both/And.

Gary Rohrmayer

Great add Joe! Can you give us an overview of your curriculum? And tell us where and when you teach the course and how many times you offer it. - Gary

Mark Savage

Thanks Gary for this info. We are already infusing much of this in the Crosswinds body. We ended last year and are giving huge emphasis to servant evangelism. I passed this along to my leadership.

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"Cultivating spiritual intimacy is essential for leaders to live a vibrant missional life."— Gary Rohrmayer


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