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August, 2017
How to re-launch your group

How to re-launch your group

Students, the following checklist will help you re-launch your group (additional steps may apply). Email us if you need resources or in-school training: infofirstpriority@gmail.com

Checklist for re-launch:

  • Confirm faculty member is willing to host meetings (email us for a club/group packet)
  • Confirm meeting day, time and location (for each lunch period, if applicable)
  • If needed, provide the administration with Letter of Intent (click here):Letter of Intent to Meet
  • Set a date for the first meeting
  • Meet with student leaders to plan the first meeting and first H.O.P.E. cycle
  • Be sure all leaders have access to H.O.P.E resources (download the cheat sheet): HOPE Strategy cheat sheet
  • Request help from First Priority as needed infofirstpriority@gmail.com 

Checklist for first HELP WEEK:

  • Meeting room is confirmed and meeting has been advertised to students; resources are printed
  • A student opens and closes in prayer; a student leads the lesson; a student reports attendance
  • Students are invited back; student leaders are prepared for OVERCOME WEEK

Suggested launch dates:
Week of 8/21: Leaders meet with faculty sponsor/host
Week of 8/28: First group meeting to train all students on the HOPE cycle
Week of 9/4: First cycle begins with HELP Week (lesson found under “students” tab)

 

*First Priority equips Christian students to run First Priority student groups on campus. All meetings are student-led and student-initiated, and follow the weekly HOPE model

Did you miss us on the radio?

If you missed us on the radio this week, please click the link below to listen to the podcast. We would like to thank Jim and Martha Brangenberg of iWork4Him radio show (Monday-Friday @ 3pm on 570 & 910 AM).

 

Link: http://www.iwork4him.com/podcast/2017/8/first-priority-is-making-a-difference

Check out the iWork4Him website: https://www.iwork4him.com/