AsIPA texts consist of four series of materials with specific objectives that will assist the facilitators and the participants in training courses. They can be used for small communities, for neighborhood groups and even for sessions with larger groups. They are prepared as a guide for a participatory process. All texts are the property of the FABC, Office of Laity and Family, AsIPA Desk. Permission to photocopy and amend is given freely.
List of AsIPA Texts Available
A-1 Gospel Sharing Adds “The One Thing Needed”
A-2 Gospel Sharing is Digging the Treasure
A-3 We Experience 7 Step Gospel Sharing
A-4 With Christ We Share Ourselves
A-6 Difference Between Gospel Sharing and Bible Study
A-8 The Problem Solving Scheme
Gospel Sharing Methods
1. Seven Steps Method of Gospel Sharing
2. Bible Mirror (Group Response) Method of Gospel Sharing
B-1 SCCs are “A Home for Everyone”
B-2 SCCs are “A Concrete Expression of the Church”
B-3 Why Small Christian Communities?
B-4 Leadership in Small Christian Communities
B-5 Small Christian Communities Evaluate Themselves
B-6b Evangelization is Sharing our Hope
B-6c Be Converted to God’s Ways!
B-7b Attitudes of a Guiding Leader
B-7c The Working Style of a ‘Guiding Leader’ or ‘Animator’ as a Community Builder
B-8a The Eucharist Making us one
B11 Ministry and Mission in SCCs
B12A A Common Ground for Interreligious Dialogue
B12B Interreligious Dialogue and Small Christian Communities
B12C What and Why Interreligious Dialogue
C-1 Participating in the Friendship of Christ
C-2 Sent to Participate in the Mission of Christ
C-3 Participating in God’s Plan for the World
C-4 Co-Responsible Fellow Workers not ‘Helpers’
C-5 The Gifts of the Spirit makes Participation Possible
C-6 Our ‘Dream’ of a Participatory Church
C-7 A New Way of Being Church Is it really New?
C-8 SCCs build a Participatory Church
C-9 The Laity and their special mission Participation in what?
© AsIPA Desk, FABC OLF. All texts are the property of the FABC OLF, AsIPA (BEC)Desk. Permission to photocopy and amend are given freely (Feb. 2013).