This dynamic four-week church-wide campaign uses the story of Honi the Circle Maker—who prayer-walked his way around a devastating drought in first-century BC Israel until the rains came—to engage your entire congregation in a powerful study on prayer.
Four video sessions expand on the teaching from Mark Batterson’s bestselling book of the same name, combining a teaching element with a creative element. Each session wraps up with a practical application called “Draw the Circle,” giving each participant the opportunity to form a prayer circle around his or her own challenges, opportunities, and dreams.
This church-wide campaign kit includes:
- One adult trade book
- One adult participant’s guide (provides teaching notes, discussion questions, Bible study, between-session activities and a practical application called “Draw the Circle,” giving you the opportunity to put the prayer principles you have learned into practice)
- One adult DVD containing four small-group video sessions, a Getting Started guide, four sermon outlines, and all the church promotional materials needed to successfully launch and sustain a four-week church experience
- One student edition book, with a study guide now included
- One DVD for students (includes all new introductions with Mark Batterson and his son, Parker as well as teaching clips specifically geared toward students)
- One children’s curriculum DVD (printable lessons that include both teacher material and activities separately designed for preschool, early elementary, and later elementary use)
- One Getting Started guide
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About the Author
Mark Batterson is the New York Times best-selling author of fifteen books, including The Circle Maker, In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day, and Chase the Lion. He is the lead pastor of National Community Church, one of the most innovative and influential churches in America. One church with eight campuses, NCC also owns and operates Ebenezers Coffeehouse, the Miracle Theatre, and the DC Dream Center. Mark holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Regent University. He and his wife Lora, have three children and live on Capitol Hill.