YOUTH CAMP FACILITATORS GUIDE
CHAPTER 1: ONE-TO-ONE DIALOGUE GUIDE
A. Clarify questions concerning the sessions.
B. Know the participant’s prayer concerns
C. Find out factors that may hinder the participant to receive the Holy Spirit.
3. Family and Relatives
5. Personal issues (vices, studies, and plans in the future)
6. Other Concerns
i. Unrepentant Attitude
ii. Feeling of Unworthiness
D. See if the participant will make a personal decision to accept Jesus.
II. THE NINE (9) GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
A. Wisdom – is not just good practical judgment or common sense or a high degree of knowledge. The wisdom that is of the Spirit is centered on Jesus. It is concerned with the best way to live. It is God's guidance on how to live as a Christian. (Mark 10:20, 1Cor 12‐14, Luke 18:22)
B. Knowledge – is not just knowing a lot of things through study or experience. Knowledge that is of the spirit is the fruit of revelation, founded on faith, and synthesized by Christian experience. This is more of doctrinal teaching and ability to speak an understanding of a truth of the mystery of Christ. (Read how Paul understands the mystery of Christ in Eph 1, Eph 3:2‐3)
C. Faith – is not just an intellectual belief in God, but a confident assurance in God which allows us to move forward without any doubt at all. The charismatic gift of faith seems to be a special gift of prayer. Praying with a God‐given confidence which produce extraordinary results. It’s knowing that what one asks for will be given. (Matt 8:10, Matt 15:22)
D. Healing – is the supernatural ability to affect a cure of physical or other human illness through prayer. It s a variation of miracles but it is more limited because healing focuses on restoring the physical body back to health. This gift enables...