Your safe circle is made of people that you feel safe with. 


Choose one of the 4 options below and engage spiritually with your safe circle.


RightNow Media

With RightNow Media you get exclusive access to a library of over 20,000 Biblically-based videos. If you do not have access to RightNow Media, email Merrilee Pace at  She will set you up with a free account.


Option 1




Twenty times in the New Testament, Jesus Christ issued a compelling and challenging invitation: "Follow Me." Jesus is not interested in mere fans. He doesn't want enthusiastic admirers. He wants completely committed followers. Built around the engaging approach of Kyle Idleman, Teaching Pastor at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY, this one of a kind small group study, sermon series, movie, and book examines what it means to deny one's self and truly follow Jesus.  

Option 2





In our individualistic society it is easy to lose sight of the fact that Christians are bonded together in a relationship of unity as members of one another (Romans 12:5). In fact, so critical is this relationship that our horizontal fellowship with the family of God even influences our vertical fellowship with the Father. In this life-changing teaching series by Dr. Tony Evans, he explores the benefits, blessings and power of the living out the "one-anothers" as found in Scripture.  


Option 3


Here is a way to engage your whole family through a discipleship plan designed by the family ministry team at Sandhills Community Church.

Option 4


Study a book of the Bible with your safe circle using our Bible study and connection tool developed by the discipleship ministry team at Sandhills Community Church.



What has been good, surprising, challenging, significant, difficult, noteworthy this week? Is there something you need to confess or forgive?  What are you thankful for?



Choose a book of the Bible to study and work your way through the book paragraph by paragraph. 


Keep notes on what you find.


When beginning a book of the Bible for the first time go to the website and watch the summary video of the book.


1. Each person reads over the passage on their own and looks for the following four things (answer the questions that apply):



          What's happened so far in this passage?

          How does this passage connect to what you have read before and after it?



          What is the main point of this passage?

          What surprises are there?

          What are the key words?



          How does this passage relate to Jesus?

          What does it teach us about God?

          How can you sum up the passage in your own words?



          How does this passage challenge or confirm my understanding?

          How does this passage call on me to change the way I live?

          What does this passage ask me to do?


2. Meet and read the passage out loud together. 


3. Discuss what you’ve discovered.


Online resources if you need some help: - A good resource for general questions. - A free online Bible dictionary.

4. Pray
Spend time praying as a response both to what you shared with each other and what you have studied together from the Bible.

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