Holy Habits Group Studies: Fellowship: Leader's Guide

Holy Habits Group Studies: Fellowship: Leader's Guide

Edited by: Andrew Roberts Nigel Wright, Helen Julian CSF, Simon Reed and Matthew Prior
£6.99

Resourcing the Holy Habits discipleship journey for groups

The Greek word translated as ‘fellowship’ in Acts 2 is koinonia. It is a word rich in depth, meaning and challenge. Our Christian faith is not simply a private, personal affair; it unites us to one another through Christ.

Title Holy Habits Group Studies: Fellowship: Leader's Guide
Edited by Andrew Roberts Nigel Wright, Helen Julian CSF, Simon Reed and Matthew Prior
Description

The Greek word translated as ‘fellowship’ in Acts 2 is koinonia. It is a word rich in depth, meaning and challenge. Our Christian faith is not simply a private, personal affair; it unites us to one another through Christ.

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: 9780857468536
  • Published: 19 July 2019
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 64

The Greek word translated as ‘fellowship’ in Acts 2 is koinonia. It is a word rich in depth, meaning and challenge. Our Christian faith is not simply a private, personal affair; it unites us to one another through Christ.

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.

Nigel Wright is a Baptist minister, theologian, author and former theological college principal. He comes from Manchester and lives in Cheshire.

 

Helen Julian CSF is an Anglican Franciscan sister and a priest, currently serving her community as Minister General. She has written three books for BRF and contributes to BRF’s New Daylight Bible reading notes.

 

Simon Reed is an Anglican minister with two churches in Ealing, West London. He is also one of the three Guardians of the Community of Aidan and Hilda, an international and cross-denominational network of Christians who draw inspiration from Celtic spirituality for the renewal of today’s church. He has written two books for BRF, Creating Community (2013) and Followers of the Way (2017).

 

Matthew Prior works on developing adult discipleship across the Diocese of Guildford, where he is also rooted in a local parish church. He has recently completed a doctorate exploring how Christians can make sense of living in increasingly technological societies.