Everything they need to engage. Everything you need to measure and encourage. The Start screen of the app shows the latest messages from My Groups, any notifications from the church, and where you left off on books or videos. In My Groups, you can create or join a group. This is for your small group, prayer group, women's group. Circles is where you add names of unsaved, names of people you are discipling, and those pouring into you.
With Digital Access, the full e-books from Moody Publishers are in the app. Read on your phone or in the printed book. Every chapter has a video from author Dr. Dann Spader and other contributors. Many videos were filmed in Israel. See real-time metrics in your Dashboard. View your own stats, your group's, or your whole church or ministry!
The Digital Access management portal provides stats, settings, resources, and much more. Manage the Like Jesus App for your entire ministry. The Leader Box includes all four books and videos in the Digital Access. Train your leadership in the life of Christ and align together to create a culture of disciple-making like Jesus did. We'll try to answer a few questions you may have about this new resource. Have more questions? Each module is designed between sessions or weeks. However, you can do them faster or slower.
We recommend doing 1 module per semester. It's flexible, do one module or all of them. Find your pace. The Like Jesus App is free to download and use. There are some basic free features in the app. With the Digital Access paid by church or ministry , all the books, videos, messaging, stats, etc. You can then manage the app and get all the digital resources. We are here to help.
Once you signup, one of our reps will contact you. There is a Facebook Group where leaders are invited to ask questions and interact. We have a team to help guide you. This includes Leader Boxes for each leader, with all 3 books and Leader Manual as well as individual books for your people.
They can read the books in the app or you can buy the printed copies at half off. This resource was built centered around the Digtial Access e-books, videos, messaging, assessment, and dashboads. It can still be used with only the print materials. Yes, however, it's only in English at the moment. Any country with English speakers can utilize this resource and the Digital Access platform. The Like Jesus philosophy is being used in over 50 countries.
Since this app was built in a new hybrid platform, the "web app" works exactly the same as the native app from any web browser. You can use your custom link provided in the Digital Access to add a new web based link or section inside your current church app in its entirety. We recommend that you preach it, discuss it in small groups, and have people study on their own in tandem. We provide those three layers for you.
Sermon guides, discussion guides and the books themselves for personal study. This resource was designed to be integrated into any church or ministry. Pricing is month-to-month and based on your church or ministry size.
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Comments 4. Jesus is alive! After the brutal death of Jesus, people who believed His teachings were dazed, filled with shock and disbelief. Fear and panic froze people from leaving their locked doors thinking they may be executed next. Yes, Jesus was alive, but what will happen next?
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After announcing the resurrection from the dead of Jesus, Luke's next story describes two disciples walking seven miles from Jerusalem to Emmaus in deep discussion concerning the events of the past three days. Jesus joins them and asks what is their excitement. They were so shocked that he didn't know what had happened, they stopped walking to examine this man. God prevented them from identifying Jesus. This, then, is our reason for hope: Not only does God refuse to abandon us, he chooses to attend to us even when we show no evidence of his efforts.
Next week's Gospel will give an even clearer picture of the kind of mercy that God shows to us. Making the Connection Grades 1, 2, and 3. Younger children often think of God as a provider and a protector. They will take comfort in knowing that God never gives up on us and never stops loving us.
Older children can sometimes be perfectionists with themselves, showing impatience as they strive to incorporate all the skills and qualities that they are learning. We can encourage their spiritual progress by reminding them that God doesn't give up on us. He actively attends to us, bearing with us in patience and hope. Show a spring flower in bloom, such as a tulip or a daffodil. Ask what this flower looked like in the fall if a flower bulb is readily available, show it. Ask if anyone planted flower bulbs in the fall. If someone has planted some, ask that person: What were you thinking about when you put the bulbs into the ground?
Have you seen any blossoms from the bulbs that you planted? Say: Planting bulbs in the ground in the fall so that flowers will bloom in the spring shows a number of character traits or qualities. What might some of these qualities be? Introduce today's Gospel. Say: In today's Gospel, we hear a parable that also calls us to think about these qualities.
Let's listen carefully to this parable so that we can consider these qualities that God shows towards us. Ask: What did the orchard owner propose to do with the fig tree? Accept all reasonable answers. Say: God is patient with us, even when we turn away from him and sin. God is always hopeful that we will ask for his forgiveness. God doesn't give up on us. Instead, God continually reaches out to us, helping us to become the people that he intends for us to be.
During Lent, we remember that God helps us—reaching out to us with love, patience, and hopefulness that we will return to him in love.
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Young people often show impatience with themselves, and so they need to be reminded about the virtues of patience and hope. We can encourage their spiritual progress by reminding them that God doesn't give up on us; he actively reaches out to us, bearing with us in patience and hope.
Show items that are collected for recycling, e. Say: People used to throw these items into the trash because, after they had served their purpose, they were considered garbage. What are we more likely to do with these things now? They are processed so that they can be manufactured into other products. Say: In order to create new products from these old ones, we must do something to create the change. We look beyond the appearance of the object to be recycled to see what it might yet become.
Say: In today's Gospel, Jesus tells a parable about a barren fig tree. After listening to this Gospel, we'll consider what it tells us about how God works with us. It was not bearing fruit. What did the gardener propose?
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Do you think recycling is an analogy that makes a similar point? Why or why not? God is always hopeful that we will ask his forgiveness. Instead, God continually attends to us, helping us to become the people that he intends for us to be.
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During Lent, we remember that God helps us, reaching out to us with love, patience, and hopefulness that we will return to him in love.