Greek Things 4-Week Dialogue

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Part I
Things in a Funk

Part II
God Image, Greek Image

Part III
A Tarnished Image

Part IV
Bride Gone Wild

Part V
Divorce is Not an Option

Part VI
Pursued From Heaven

Part VII
Pretending and Accepting

Part VIII
Restoring The Image

Part VIIII
Fairy Tale Ending

Part X
Your Story Within The Story

 

 

Discussion for Greek staff and students

Greek Things 4-Week Dialogue
(Beta version)

Greek Things takes you on a reflective journey to help you make sense of God and Greek Life.


Week 1
:: Image in a Funk

Download Leader's Guide #1 (with article sections 1-3)

Week 2 :: Drama and Divorce

Download Leader's Guide #2 (with article sections 4-5)

Week 3 :: The Rescue Operation

Download Leader's Guide #3 (with article sections 6-7)

Week 4 :: The Restoration Story

Download Leader's Guide #4 (with article sections 8-10)

 

FAQ

WHY would I use this resource?

  • This beta study has already been field-tested at the University of Nebraska at Omaha with Greeks. Students (both Christian and non-Christian) say that it has really helped them to understand the story of the bible and specifically helped them to understand the person and work of Jesus.  

WHEN would I use this?
  • INTEGRATE INTO YOUR MOVEMENT: You could do this 4-week study at the beginning of the year (or semester) to give your students a “big picture” of the bible story. Then you can transition into a bible study or whatever else you have planned for the year.
  • LAUNCH A GREEK MOVEMENT: If you have no current Greek ministry, you could advertise this 4-week Dialogue on facebook or put flyers up in Greek Houses and do this study to create momentum.

WHAT have students been saying?
  • “They never taught me this stuff in high school [religion class]! They made us memorize things that didn’t really matter...”
  • “I’ve never read the bible. This has really made me think.”
  • “I used to think that the bible was made up a past stories that didn’t really matter. This has shown me that the bible really relates to my life.”