Join us for an encounter with Jesus on Friday and Saturday, July 27-28, 2018.
Includes continental breakfast and lunch on Saturday.
The See Jesus Workshop is designed to transform small group ministry and renew your love for Jesus by training you to lead interactive Bible studies. Imagine being able to lead a Bible study with confidence in your small group, Sunday school, or even at work or in your neighborhood! You'll learn a new skill while you deepen your love for Jesus and Scripture. Join us for a day of wonder and encouragement as we discover
together the beauty of Jesus!
How it works:
This workshop is set up like a small group, where everyone is an involved learner. As our template, we use the Person of Jesus study.
- Before the Workshop. Trainees will receive the lesson they will be leading, via email, a week before the workshop. They will need to read through it three times prior to the seminar.
- Friday Evening. Those trainees leading the same lesson will meet in a group with a trainer and get focused feedback as they teach through a portion of their lesson, being interrupted throughout the lesson with observations, tips, and encouragement.
- Saturday All Day. Each trainee teaches an entire lesson straight through for 40 minutes to a small group of 5-8 people, with evaluation and spiritual reflection after each lesson.
People may register as a participant and not lead a lesson. Participants are encouraged to interact in the group to get a feel for our training and to participate in future trainings.
Pre-requisite: Trainees must have either attended a small group using seeJesus materials, a Person of Jesus seminar, or
watched a lesson taught online. (Grace for a Broken Woman or The Widow of Nain)
Trainees teaching a lesson must register by Thursday, July 19.
This Seminar is led by seeJesus Trainers.
Materials: Person of Jesus Study individual lessons will be emailed to the trainees leading a lesson. There will be a book table at the seminar where anyone may purchase the entire manual and other seeJesus resources.