About The Quest
The Quest meets weekly to encourage and equip men towards spiritual maturity in Christ and to launch them into ministry as Saints, Sons and Soldiers through biblical teachings, small groups and service projects. It is a four-year series, and as you complete each year, you are eligible for the next course in the series. The four years cover the following material.
SAINT: Holy like Christ
Quest I and II, Be a Saint: The Quest begins with the Authentic Manhood: 33 The Series curriculum that includes discovering together how to become and live as an authentic man of God. Over the course of two years and six studies, men are introduced to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the biblical vision of manhood and will be discipled.
SON: Love like Christ
Quest III, Be a Son: This includes teaching on how to love God and people through Bible study. Over the course of one year, men will be introduced to and trained in how to study the Bible by going through Romans together.
SOLDIER: Missional like Christ.
Quest IV, Be a Soldier: This teaches how share the Gospel and serve others well. Over the course of one year, men will be introduced and trained in evangelism and discipleship and launched outward as ministers.
Date, Time & Location
Thurdays • January 17 – May 16 • 6:30-7:45am or 6:30-7:45pm • Education Building, Room A
In 2019, Quest will not meet March 21.
Online registration is now closed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more about The Quest.
One Verse Evangelism
Struggling with how to share the gospel message in a concise and memorable way? Here’s a step-by-step method that is easy to remember and presents the basic message of the gospel using just one verse.
An example of the conversation, 5 minutes
Gospel Illustration Video
The training video, 15 minutes
One-Verse Evangelism Training Session
Looking for a fresh new way to study your bible? Use the R.E.A.P. Method (Read, Examine, Apply, Pray) to walk step-by-step through any passage of Scripture, allowing God to stir in your heart and reveal His truth. Understanding the basic orientation of the Bible will also aid you as you practice the R.E.A.P. Bible study method. Simply knowing where the book of the Bible that you are reading fits within the overarching story of God’s working with mankind, Israel, and the Church will provide valuable context, which is why we have included a Bible Timeline graphic depicting the broad structure of the Bible.REAP Bookmark
5 Levels of Relational Depth
This chart can be useful for small group members, and especially leaders, to help identify the level of intimacy within your group relationships. Group members aren’t expected to be friends and confidants right away; but it can be helpful to assess a) where your group is currently, and b) how you might be able to encourage one another to take things to a deeper level of trust.