Holy Habits Group Studies: Eating Together: Leader's Guide

Holy Habits Group Studies: Eating Together: Leader's Guide

Edited by: Andrew Roberts , Deborah Humphries, Andrew Francis, Nell Goddard and Inderjit Bhogal
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Resourcing the Holy Habits discipleship journey for groups

At first glance, the Holy Habit of eating together seems like an easy one. Many of us enjoy eating together with family and friends and it is often a regular feature of church life. But this Holy Habit invites us to do more than simply consume food; it invites us to explore how we eat together and with whom.

Title Holy Habits Group Studies: Eating Together: Leader's Guide
Edited by Andrew Roberts , Deborah Humphries, Andrew Francis, Nell Goddard and Inderjit Bhogal
Description

At first glance, the Holy Habit of eating together seems like an easy one. Many of us enjoy eating together with family and friends and it is often a regular feature of church life. But this Holy Habit invites us to do more than simply consume food; it invites us to explore how we eat together and with whom.

Holy Habits is an adventure in Christian discipleship. Inspired by Luke’s model of church found in Acts 2:42–47, it identifies ten habits and encourages the development of a way of life formed by them.
The habits are: Biblical Teaching, Fellowship, Breaking Bread, Prayer, Sharing Resources, Serving, Eating Together, Gladness and Generosity, Worship, and Making More Disciples.
These resources are designed to help churches explore the habits creatively in a range of contexts and live them out in whole-life, intergenerational, missional discipleship.

This Bible study group material has been developed to help churches and individuals explore the Holy Habits through prayerful engagement with the Bible and live them out in whole-life, missional discipleship.

Details
  • Product code: 9780857468512
  • Published: 19 July 2019
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 64

At first glance, the Holy Habit of eating together seems like an easy one. Many of us enjoy eating together with family and friends and it is often a regular feature of church life. But this Holy Habit invites us to do more than simply consume food; it invites us to explore how we eat together and with whom.

Holy Habits is an adventure in Christian discipleship. Inspired by Luke’s model of church found in Acts 2:42–47, it identifies ten habits and encourages the development of a way of life formed by them.
The habits are: Biblical Teaching, Fellowship, Breaking Bread, Prayer, Sharing Resources, Serving, Eating Together, Gladness and Generosity, Worship, and Making More Disciples.
These resources are designed to help churches explore the habits creatively in a range of contexts and live them out in whole-life, intergenerational, missional discipleship.

This Bible study group material has been developed to help churches and individuals explore the Holy Habits through prayerful engagement with the Bible and live them out in whole-life, missional discipleship.

Andrew Roberts is a husband, father, minister, writer and speaker. He is the author of the book Holy Habits (Malcolm Down Publishing, 2016) and co-editor of the BRF Holy Habits resource booklets. He was previously Director of Training for Fresh Expressions.

Deborah Humphries is a minister in the Methodist Church who enjoys creative writing. She helped develop the original Holy Habits resources for use in churches in the Birmingham circuit and was part of the team that edited the resources for wider use. She is passionate about growing disciples and building community.

 

Andrew Francis is a published poet, community theologian, writer and Christian educator. His books include Hospitality & Community After Christendom (Paternoster 2012), What in God’s Name Are You Eating? (Cascade, 2014) and Eat, Pray, Tell: A relational approach to 21st century mission (BRF, 2018). He is a retired URC minister, living in a Wiltshire village.

 

Nell Goddard is a writer at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and author of Musings of a Clergy Child (BRF, 2017).

 

Inderjit Bhogal is a theologian and Methodist minister. He is founder and President of City of Sanctuary, a former President of the Methodist Conference and former Leader/CEO of the Corrymeela Community. His work in interfaith relations was recognised with an OBE in the 2005 New Year’s Honours list.