Tested and proven resources for student-led Senior High youth groups Synago (syn-AH-go) is the Greek word together." It is the root word of "synagogue, " a place where people come together to worship and to learn the life-giving faith. In Synago, Senior High youth find a place among friends who come together to worship and to learn. Each study in the series provides 16 sessions for student-led small groups and includes the necessary information for setting up and maintaining healthy cell groups. This small-group design calls for two student leaders, one or two adult "encouragers, " and up to six additional youth members--usually friends--both churched and unchurched. When the group reaches ten, it splits. The two new groups then grow again to ten. The model (often called "cell groups") has proven effective and is especially appealing to senior highs because it teaches them leadership, encourages them to invite others, creates a safe place of spiritual intimacy, and deals with integrating Bible, life, and faith. All participants should use the Student Journal
Small-Group Sessions include: Who Are We?Get RealState of AlertNormal? What's NormalReply SoonThe Challenge of ChurchWWF: Wildly Walkin' in FaithFriends for the JourneyHome-Time HasslesJesus Jaw Droppers: Story 1Jesus Jaw Droppers: Story 2Jesus Jaw Droppers: Story 3The Lust FactorI Can't Handle the Pressure!Open Before Christmas: Part 1Open Before Christmas: Part 2
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