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CFC YFC Youth Camp Training Program

Talk 3: Being a Facilitator
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Paolo Naval

on 27 May 2015

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Transcript of CFC YFC Youth Camp Training Program

Interests
Education
Skills
Experience
References
Telephone
Email Address
City, State
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Introduction
The Process
Proceed with the discussion, having the assigned discussion starters as guide.
They need to be guided in order to understand God’s message for them
The Lord uses instruments in spreading His love
We are His instruments.
Some Tips
PLATFORMS
How to Pray-over Your Participant
SEO
CMS
Youth Camp Training Program
CFC Youth for Christ
Talk 3: Being a Facilitator
How to Lead a Discussion Group
Avoid using Christian jargons.
Make the participant comfortable with you.
How to Conduct a one-to-one Session
Some Tips
Format:
Keep the discussion on the topic.
Listen to all the talks and sharings even if you’ve heard these many times already. You will always learn something new.
Clarify questions concerning the sessions.
Find out factors that may hinder the participant to receive the Holy Spirit.
Know the participant’s prayer concerns (including special gifts of the Holy Spirit that he/she wants to receive).
See if the participant will make a personal decision to accept Jesus.
Greet the participant and ask how he/she is doing in the camp.
Go through with the one-to-one session, keeping in mind the goals (mentioned earlier).
Before the whole session, pray for each participant in your group. Be open to the Lord’s leading (He will give you the wisdom to conduct the one-to-ones).
Be aware of the time. We aim for quality time, taking into consideration each participant in the group.
Keep the session light - just like having a relational conversation with a friend.
Ask participant to confess with his own lips that Jesus is Lord.
Spontaneous Praising
Prayer for Protection
Binding and Casting; In-filling
Lifting of Concerns
Baptism of the Holy Spirit; Prayer for the Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Closing Prayers
Tips
5 to 10 minutes is enough.
Remember that it is God who sends down His Spirit, not you.
Be aware of what is happening (keep your eyes open).
It is the participant’s prayer,
In case of disturbances (i.e. demonic oppressions), pray for and claim for God’s peace in the name of Jesus. Don’t panic.
Feel free to ask for help from your couple coordinator or the Team Leader.
If you do decide to go for help, ask one of your prayer partners to do it. Do not leave your participant at any time during baptism
Ask for support from the CFC-YFC family during baptism. You must have prayer warriors during this session.
Conclusion
“Not by might, not by power, but by my Spirit says the Lord” (Zechariah 4:6) We may have fears, and not know how to take up the roles and responsibilities of serving as a facilitator. However, it is good to know that we have a God who is always victorious. He has given us His Spirit and as long as we seek Him, He will teach and guide us in everything that we do.
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