Discover ‘Fruitfulness on the Frontline’
Make a difference wherever we are. How can we show and share Christ’s wisdom and love with the people we meet out in the places we usually find ourselves – at the shops or in the gym, at work or at the school gate?
Fruitfulness on the Frontline is a suite of resources offering a fresh, simple framework for discovering a rich variety of ways God may work in us and through us right where we are. Through a combination of fresh biblical insight, humour, practical steps and real-life stories, they explore six expressions of fruitfulness. Whether you’re reading the book alone or following the DVD course in a group – or both – they’re sure to spark your imagination and enrich your sense of wonder at the greatness and grace of the God who not only gave his life for us, but invites us to join him in his glorious, transforming work.
The resources come with a bagful of accompanying resources for individuals, groups and churches which can be freely downloaded from the site. Follow the links on the right to buy the book and the DVD and find the downloads.
‘6Ms’ of fruitful living:
Modelling Godly Character – On our frontline godly character is both developed and displayed. How do we model the fruits of the Spirit where we are day-by-day?
Making Good Work – There is dignity and value in the everyday tasks that we do. What would it mean if we saw how our tasks and work can be done with and for God?
Ministering Grace and Love – In the light of the grace that God has shown to us, how might we minister grace and love to those we interact with on our frontlines?
Moulding Culture -What can we affirm about the way we ‘do life round here’? How can we influence the culture on our frontlines so people flourish more?
Being a Mouthpiece for Truth and Justice – How might we become champions of right living and fair dealing on our frontlines and courageous enough to speak up when necessary?
Being a Messenger of the Gospel – How might we grow in confidence in talking about Jesus with people on our frontlines? Can we see pathways for sharing the Gospel where we are?
Daily life may never be quite the same.