The Pais Movement will facilitate a global Bible study by providing free resources to help thousands of small groups all over the world study the Bible together.
Starting 27 March 2017, believers and non-believers alike are invited by the Pais Movement to participate in a two-part, two-week study entitled Gethsemane: What If God’s Will is Not Yours? in the form of Haverim Devotions.
Haverim Devotions is a unique study method, focused not on providing the ‘right answers’ but provoking the ‘right questions.’ It is specifically designed as a catalyst for the Pais Movement’s alternative approach to study, going 'beyond curriculum to culture'.
Based on Hebraic methods from more than 2000 years ago, it comprises a four-level process, providing a relevant way to understand and share scripture. It is simple and easy for anyone to adopt.
Each level of Haverim approaches the Bible in a unique way and appeals to all personality types. The four perspectives highlight the Pais Bible study distinctive, whereby the leader’s role is not to create a curriculum that tells others to fill in the gaps, but instead to respond to the needs of those they are teaching by leading them to arrive at their own conclusions.
The Haverim Bible study method is effectively being used on a weekly basis in small groups across the globe.
For this unique global Haverim, hundreds of people are encouraged to participate by registering at www.globalhaverim.com and using social media with the hashtag #globalhaverim to share their discoveries with the world and, in turn, to learn from the experiences other Haverim groups are having.
More information can be found at www.globalhaverim.com.
To read or search stories in our other categories please choose from the following:-
SU celebrates 150 years of ministry
Scripture Union (SU) England and Wales marks its 150th anniversary on 2 June with a day of prayer and celebration in London ...
Prayer: Thy Kingdom Come ready for global take-off
Hundreds of thousands of Christians of all denominations are set to take part in the global prayer movement Thy Kingdom Come ...
Christians urged to meet outdoors to stand with the persecuted
Christians are being challenged to leave the comfort of their church buildings this Sunday (21 May) in a show of solidarity with the persecuted Church ...
MAF to the rescue
Fingers on triggers, the soldiers turn to look at a group of young girls. South Sudan’s Juba Airport is packed with more people than they’ve seen here in a long time. It’s almost at a standstill.
World Vision backs Global Day of Prayer to End Famine
International aid agency World Vision UK is backing a global prayer day aimed at mobilising millions of Christians to act to prevent the mass starvation of children ...
USA: Christian leaders lobby White House on climate change
Christian leaders have gone to Washington's Capitol Hill to lobby the President on environmental issues ...
MP's diet challenge focuses on world's poor
A Christian MP from Glasgow is among those taking part in Tearfund's Mean Bean Challenge, to help highlight the plight of the world's poorest people ...
Morocco: Salma's story
Following Jesus in Morocco can be tough – Christian broadcasters SAT-7 share some of the challenges their viewers face …
Show tells dramatic story of saints and martyrs
How the good news about Jesus is turning lives around in the community where five young American missionaries were murdered for their faith. GARY CLAYTON reports ...
Inspirational women at heart of fair trade pioneers' work
On International Women's Day this week (8 March 2017), Traidcraft has been highlighting the inspirational role of just one of its team in Nairobi, Kenya ...
Christian Publishing & Outreach, registered in England & Wales (Charity no 221462).
Company limited by guarantee No 588731. VAT no 860 219 341.
Registered office: CPO, Garcia Estate, Canterbury Road, Worthing BN13 1BW, UK