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By: Lisa Mann, Biblical Business Training (BBT) Bridging The Sunday-Monday Gap: How To Equip Members To Live Out Their Faith At Work

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BRIDGING THE SUNDAY-MONDAY GAP How To Equip Members k To Live Out Their Faith At Wor Table of Contents Introduction

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Chapter 1: Prayer...........................................................................................5 Chapter 2: Curriculum...................................................................................7 Chapter 3: Community................................................................................10 Chapter 4: Coaching....................................................................................14 Chapter 5: Connecting.................................................................................18 Chapter 6: More Resources.........................................................................19

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Introduction How To Equip Members To Live Out Their Faith At Work

People spend 70% of their waking hours at work ... and sometimes more. Ask church members, and they’ll likely report that spending this much time at work leaves them feeling spiritually drained, with little sense of purpose and joy. Many people report feeling a “disconnect” between their spiritual lives and their life at work. Bridging this “Sunday-Monday Gap” is a great opportunity for your church. When you meet your members where they are, you have a chance to connect with them and equip them for the daily grind.

Bridging The “Sunday-Mon day Gap” is a gre at opportunity f or your church.

The best way to do this is through small groups ... and that’s why I’ve written this book! As an organization, we’ve worked with hundreds of group leaders, and churches from across the country, and we’ve helped build thriving Bible studies that help people apply Biblical principles at work. These small-group Bible studies provide encouragement, prayer and support as people try to live out their faith. In this ebook, I will focus on the tools you will need to build thriving Bible studies in your church: what I call the “3 C’s” ... Curriculum, Community and Coaching. And, I’ll explain how each “C” can be a tool for you to help working people live out their faith at work. Bridging The Sunday-Monday Gap: How To Equip Members To Live Out Their Faith At Work

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Tools: The 3 C’s.

• Curriculum • Community • Coaching

After reading this e-book, you will understand the tools that are necessary to build small groups ... tools that will equip and encourage your members to live a consistent, God-honoring life in today’s highly competitive and often stressful workplace. You will also be able to identify the common pitfalls your group leaders may face, and learn some of the best practices and strategies to help them overcome them.

You will grow a small-group ministry that helps you connect with the working people in your congregation, and mobilize those members for the biggest mission field - work! So let’s get started … after all, you have Kingdom