The Heartview (5 weeks)
Coach your family or friends in a daily discipleship group (including the 20-Day Battle Plan Challenge)
Discover how to fight to know God's heart for you.
Do you ever feel powerless to reach your friends and family with an effective discipleship method?
Does your relationship with God feel under-nourished by traditional Bible study curricula?
Maybe you've experienced the power of God's Word, yet you wonder how to help others feel it. Maybe you don’t feel equipped to show them how God can transform their lives.
If you can identify with this, we have a brand new Bible study method for you. Neumastudy uses highlighting, word studies, Q&A, maps and creative activities to open up what's happening in the Bible text. We link you to the dramatized audio Bible and give you deep questions so that you don't have to spend the whole time talking.
We provide activities and observations, then dismiss the younger children for a few minutes of grownup discussion or journaling. This study method was designed for a family, so children will be hearing an entire chapter of the Bible at every session. They will learn to draw their prayers, check maps, do roleplays, and make a timeline. They will even have a chance to make their own personal battle plan for character transformation.
Adults will learn, very gradually, how to identify those areas where they are struggling with the enemy. They will be gently introduced to concepts of accountability and battle tracking through the story of Nehemiah. The study culminates with the breakthrough realization from Esther that victory in our lives comes through intimacy with God's affection for us individually.
This intensive, 34-session study is right for you if:
- You're ready to commit to leading others in rich Bible study for 30-45 minutes at least 3 times per week.
- You have at least one other person committed to forming this study group with you.
- You can display videos and websites on-screen for the group to see, either on videochat or in person.
- You can put other commitments on the back burner so in order to actively nourish your friends and family with God's direct Word to them.
- You're not afraid to bring a challenge, and then encourage a friend to do regular checkins.
- You are able to persevere when the enemy tries to stop you through distraction and discouragement.
If so, you won't find a study anywhere that is tailored to mine the mind of Christ like this one.
Because this Bible study isn't about checking off your list of spiritual disciplines.
Frequently Asked Questions
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PreviewTo the Leader
StartIntroduction and Downloads
StartSupplies You Will Need/ Keeping Children Engaged
StartHow to Ask Your Questions
StartBonus #1: How to Set Up a Bible Highlighting Key
StartBonus #2: How to Do a Bible Word Study
StartBonus #3: How to Make a Bible Timeline
StartBonus #4: How to Do Prayersketching
StartHeartview Day 5: Spiritual Warfare (Ezra 4)
StartHeartview Day 6: Small Beginnings (Ezra 5)
StartHeartview Day 7: Protecting the Temple (Ezra 6)
StartHeartview Day 8: Attitude Checkup (Ezra 7)
StartHeartview Day 9: Victory Cards (Ezra 8)
StartHeartview Day 10: Flower Sketch (Ezra 9)
StartHeartview Day 11: Making Things Right (Ezra 10)