- Open the meeting with a leader-led prayer.
- Review the tools taught in the previous weeks. Ask if anyone had an experience applying them.
- Look at the Overview. Review it so people can have an idea of where they are in the disciple-making process.
- Read about Discovery Study 2. Read the basic steps here, and read the "Helpful Information" section afterward during debrief.
- Demonstrate the tool with the entire group.
Ask the group to develop two questions about one answer from a Discovery Study 1. Use the words: What, Why, How, When, Where, and Who as prompts. See sample. Then let them briefly answer one question. The sources for Discovery Study 1 answers include: a Discovery Study 1 from a previous meeting, a Discovery Study 1 you did on your own before this meeting, or a Discovery Study 1 the group quickly creates on the spot. This should not take more than a minute or two. You only need one answer for demonstration purposes. You can create a list of five or six answers for the group to use in breakaway groups.
- Practice what you just demonstrated.
Divide the group into breakaway groups. Direct them to develop two questions each about three of the answers from a Discovery Study 1 (for a total of six questions). Then let the group discuss a few of them. Encourage the group to change leaders throughout the exercise.
- Review what you just practiced.
Gather the group back together into one larger group and ask them two questions; The first question is, "What did you just learn?" The second question is, "Will someone in the group tell us how to do the tool we just learned without reading it?"
- Read the "Helpful Information" section for Discovery Study 2. The ask if anyone has any questions.
- Encourage everyone to practice using the tools.
Remind them that the key to gaining the confidence to use the tools with others is to practice using them between meetings.
- Offer a resource. Risk Is Right, by John Piper
- Pray as a group. Ask group members to lead out in prayer about the tools and video content.
- Watch one or more for reflection.
Spiritual Multiplication (2:07)
What is a Trader? (2:18)