5 Marks of Love Resources

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How to use this resource for your Diocese or with small groups

Facilitator’s Guides, for adults and children(7-14), have been created by the Society of Saint John the Evangelist (SSJE) and the Center for the Ministry of Teaching at the Virginia Theological Seminary. These guides are designed for first-time group leaders as well as those who are more experienced. The adult guide also contains alternate ideas and tips for using this offering with young adult groups.


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12 thoughts on “5 Marks of Love Resources

  1. I hope it will be of great importance for this ministry. I look forward for a new realms and ministry activities. Thanks

  2. It is not clear to me how the materials will work with small groups. Do the groups meet weekly? Daily? Is there a sample facilitator’s guide from a previous program that I might look at?

    • There is really no suggested scheduling for the series, as it is adaptable, and will depend on the scheduling needs of the individual group. Participants can view the videos and ponder the questions on their own during the week and discuss as a group once weekly. Or another option could be doing each week’s activity together as a group, or done individually, but thoughts may be shared with a group. The videos are brief, between 2 and 4 minutes each, so a group could view a week’s worth together in a fairly short amount of time and then discuss. It is really up to what works best for the individual group. Further resources and materials are available by completing the brief form on this page, from which you will then receive links to the resources: http://ssje.org/ssje/5marksofloveresources/

  3. I am looking forward to being a part of our Bible Study using this five marks of Mission each week. Our church is holding two times a week, once in the evening and once in the morning for those who don’t drive at night, or find it easier to have a choice of times.. Thank you for offering the resources.

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