Ellen, a Coffee Break leader at Ridgewood Christian Reformed Church, asked for ideas on how to introduce a study. Here's what we came up with!
Coffee Break Ministries
What do you do to keep yourself full? That's the question Ruth Kelder asked long time leaders Marcia and Harriet in this short video.
We asked her how many new faces she would like to see? Marge hesitated a bit and said 5. Then she said, “No, I feel led to pray for 10!”
In September, Chicago area Coffee Break leaders gathered to hear the story of these pioneering leaders and to re-imagine how the principles of those first groups might inform how we reach people today.
When Jeanne Hagenberg of Calvary Reformed Church in Orland Park, IL, agreed to be the director of Coffee Break, she knew it would be a shorter term commitment. As a result, she made leadership development a top priority.
What about leadership in 2018? We are called to go and make disciples. How do we communicate Coffee Break/Discover Your Bible practices in our changing culture?
Libna Sierra, originally from Mexico, has become a Spanish Coffee Break and Discover Your Bible workshop leader. Over the past few years, Libna has been helpful in growing the Spanish speaking Coffee Break and Discover Your Bible ministries.
A newly revised Discover Mark will be released in July 2018.
In early June, Sunlight Community Church in Port St. Lucie, FL, graciously hosted a Discover Your Bible training. More and more churches are being introduced to the discovery method and materials that were first developed and designed by Coffee Break.
Great topic for conversation! Willow Creek did valuable research on the topic of growing disciples. I think it could be really helpful for you. For instance, The Reveal study ...