GroupSpice.com Launches Promotion to Encourage Prayer with Free Video Series in May on Sky Angel VOD
April 30, 2010
MEDIA ADVISORY, (christiansunite.com) -- To help promote the importance of prayer and support National Day of Prayer events, Sky Angel and GroupSpice.com have launched a joint promotion for small groups and ministries. During the month of May, Sky Angel subscribers can watch the Praying God's Way video Bible Study free!
GroupSpice will also give away Small Group Discussion guides to the first 250 people who register at www.GroupSpice.com .
Praying God's Way, part of the Deepening Life Together series, is taught by Bishop George McKinney, Church of God in Christ. The videos feature input by notable scholars from Christian colleges and seminaries who examine "The Lord's Prayer" from Matthew 6:9-13 and how it models the priority, pattern, power and persistence in prayer.
Featuring footage from the Jesus film, the video Bible Study curriculum is non-denominational and built on the 5 Biblical purposes, as outlined in Rick Warren's "Purpose Driven Life" book, and includes proven techniques to enhance fellowship, discipleship, ministry, evangelism and worship. After watching the video segment available on Sky Angel (go to Subscription VOD > GroupSpice.com > Praying God's Way), the group will then go through the written Bible Study guide curriculum.
Designed to encourage group participation, accountability and application of the material, Bible Study guides include Leader Notes, Spiritual Assessments and forms to chart and track individual spiritual growth. Study Guides and additional material are available online at www.GroupSpice.com .
"Prayer is the most powerful weapon the believer has in his arsenal," says Bishop George McKinney. "Now more than ever we need submit to God and participate in His plans and provisions through prayer."
"We are very excited to offer this curriculum for free over the Sky Angel On-Demand platform," said Sue Doc Ross, President of GroupSpice.com. "Our hope is to enable and equip hundreds of new small groups in making prayer a priority."