What now? Given that we have seen the threat can we teach believers to live beyond the present as citizens of eternity? How can spiritual leaders address this critical need?
• Challenge the tendency to copycat cultural thinking and behavior—specifically
• Fill the gaps of misunderstanding with absolute biblical truth—applied to real life
• Spark an eternal perspective for the Christian life that’s not all about “me.”
How? Some great options:
• Have your church take the Up Periscope Church Assessment: Find out precisely how cultural or spiritual your church is (for pastors and church leaders). Get analysis of weak and blind spots.
• Experience a Periscope Complete Church 49-Day Journey: Journey together as a church body to release all adults (and youth) in your congregation from captivity, pinpoint unbiblical thinking and behavior like laser-guided cancer treatment. Then build confidence in them as well-taught ambassadors for Christ. The power of the complete package is unmatched. If offers: a stamp of approval from the pulpit, a shared experience, and the sense of going somewhere together.
• Lead a Periscope Small Group 49-Day Journey to Living a Transformed Life: Like the full church experience, take your members through a journey of discovery into what God says about eternity, good and bad ideas, healthy and unhealthy living and Christ’s kingdom priority. You’ll focus on the core of the Periscope series: video-based, discussion-driven small group materials. No special training required.
>High quality videos anchor the small group material and foster discussion in your small group. Check out the example below:
“The Periscope Full Church Experience raised our congregation’s awareness that the culture is influencing our lives—the decisions we make, the way we live our lives…. It also helped me as a pastor to see that our people lack a biblical worldview that governs their entire lives. That will help us address, challenge and equip them to live out the Christian life. It also showed me that there’s a huge gap in terms of a biblical worldview between younger and older generations.” Pastor David denHartog, Cleburne Bible Church, Cleburne, Texas