Open your home to Stonecroft’s new outreach
Learn about meaningful relationships and the power of love. Designed for small groups of women, Where Love Lives is about creating community around food, conversation, and friendship.
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Where Love Lives kicks off with a livestream from Louisville, Kentucky, on Feb. 22, 2019, at 7 p.m. CT/8 p.m. ET. It will be followed by four video-based discussion sessions that highlight these principles of love: Love Seeks Relationship, Love Desires Wholeness, Love Moves First, and Love Gives Life. Best of all, women will discover that love lives in God!

Host a group in your home or church. Only $25 per group will provide you a kit with a planning guide, invitations, participant booklets, and more!

Register by Feb. 1 to receive this special rate and by Feb. 15 to receive the kit in the mail. Registration closes Feb. 20.

Have questions? Email connections@stonecroft.org.

Sign up below:

Sign Up for Where Love Lives
Registration Information:

$25 registration fee is per group. After Feb. 1, registration fee per group is $30. Registration opens Nov. 1 and closes Feb. 20.

What you will receive:

  • Access to the livestream and 4 videos
  • Kit containing a planning guide, host notes, 8 participant guides, 8 invitations with envelopes, sample resources for use in follow-up small groups
  • Support in a Facebook host group

NOTICE: Access to the internet and a Smart TV or computer will be needed for the livestream and videos. Links and additional technical information are detailed in the Planning Guide.

Where Love Lives FAQ
Is Where Love Lives a new Bible Study?
No, Where Love Lives is an outreach meant for small group settings. It is a fresh, welcoming way to invite neighbors into your home to learn about relationships and the power of love, as well as introduce them to a relationship with Jesus.

How many women would I need to invite to my home to host Where Love Lives?
You can host as many as your home or location can hold or just one woman! Jesus pursued the one as well as the many. Let the Holy Spirit be your guide.

How long will the livestream last?
The livestream will last 30-35 minutes.

What is a sample schedule of the livestream evening?
6 p.m. CT (7 p.m. ET): Welcome friends to your home or location
6:15 p.m. CT: Dinner or snacks together
6:45 p.m. CT: Access the web location for the livestream and icebreakers
7 p.m. CT (8 p.m. ET): Livestream
7:45 p.m. CT: Discussion and goodnight

How do I access the livestream?
You will receive the digital planning guide with the livestream link and directions when you register. You will need a TV that connects to the internet. The livestream and videos are easily accessed from a SMART TV, laptop, or tablet that is connected to the internet.

Can I hold Where Love Lives at a church?
Yes, absolutely. Where Love Lives can be held anywhere internet is available and a device on which to play the videos. We encourage creativity in holding it at a church, a prison, women’s care center, community center, etc. Please do be mindful that it is an outreach, so be intentional about inviting.

What if I can’t begin a group on the night of the livestream?
You can begin your group any time that fits your schedule after the livestream is concluded. It will be available in the YouTube channel that you will gain access to once you register.

Will the kit resources adapt for a different time than the livestream?
Yes, all resources are adaptable for any date.

What is the format of the four follow-up sessions?
Each follow-up session has a 10-minute video with discussion questions in the Participant Guide. You will want to plan on the meeting lasting 60-70 minutes depending on group engagement.

Must I hold follow-up sessions on specific days?
The four follow-up videos and discussions can be planned for any day and time. Videos are accessible at any time.

What if the women who come to the livestream do not want to continue with the other sessions?
Ask the women at the end of the first evening if they’d like to keep meeting. If several or all say yes, set up a next meeting. If they say no, that is fine.

Is there homework for participants?
No, there is no homework for participants.

How many women would I need to invite to my home to host Where Love Lives?
You can host as many as your home or location can hold or just one woman! Jesus pursued the one as well as the many. Let the Holy Spirit be your guide.

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