O/GROUP RESOURCES

 

 

Welcome to our O/Group Resources. Our O/Groups go through what we call ‘practices’ together to engage in an intentional time of communion, prayer, and discussion. We have provided our practices here to better serve those in O/Groups, as well as those that cannot engage in O/Groups during this time. We hope that this resource will minister to you in this season of life. 

Our Vision

 

 

“We are a community formed and shaped by the truth of Jesus and his presence in and among us. as we practice the way of Jesus, together, we are  called to be a wellspring of life amidst the desert of the city, to be connected and to connect others to the life-giving waters of god’s holy presence.”

 

 

 

Being a disciple of Jesus is not simply receiving information at a Sunday event, but it’s about transformation through practicing the way of Jesus, together. In other words, as we build our lives around the teachings of Jesus, and practice them, we become more like him. This means that your life will be radically different than it was before, because following Jesus is a new way of living. When we reorganize our lives around the teachings and practices of Jesus, we experience true, authentic, and radical transformation. This is the heart of what Jesus is after. Through teaching, learning, practice, community, and the power of the Holy Spirit, god will restore and recalibrate our hearts to bear and carry his image.  

What does Practicing the Way mean?

 

 

If you are not able to engage through our O/Groups, we have provided our O/Group resources, or O/Group practices, for you at home. We encourage you to go through these practices with your family, roommates, friends, or neighbors.  These practices are laid out for you to follow along and guide you through a time of prayer and intentional discussion. Our practices are written and based off of the Sunday teachings. Head to our podcast or YouTube page to listen to better engage with these practices.

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21 - DAY

fast - 21

Practice I: Starving the flesh, feeding the soul


THIS WEEKS MESSAGE HERE BEGIN WITH PRAYER & COMMUNION COMMUNION: This is a moment of remembrance of Jesus and what He has done for us by giving His body and blood for us. This is also a moment to remind our souls that we are seated at His table, with Him and His family, and we are loyal to our Heavenly Father above anyone else. Step One: Take the bread, break it Step Two: Take the wine or juice and dip the bread into it Step Three: Pray over before taking the elements. This is a prayer of thanksgiving and praise for the body and blood of Jesus that was bruised, beaten, and His blood poured out for our lives so we can be saved and sit at His table. READ THIS OVERVIEW Fasting is the time tested practice, or spiritual discipline of, abstaining from food in order to allow our spiritual soul to be fed. The scriptures reveal to us the accounts of Biblical characters who fast, such as Moses and Elijah in the old testament, and Jesus in the new testament. This spiritual practice is a gift from God that is meant to grow us and draw us into deepening relationship with Himself. Jesus expects from his disciples that fasting is a regular practice, by telling them “when you fast” rather than “if you fast.” When we fast, the Holy Spirit imprints God’s Word deeper on our hearts, and His truth becomes more meaningful to us. Fasting and prayer can restore the loss of your "first love" for the Lord and result in a more intimate relationship with Christ. Our goal for the coming week is that we would starve our fleshly cravings, desires, and needs, and feed on the spirit during this time. Our prayer is that as we practice this, together, that God would awaken us to the Kingdom of God as we feed on His Spirit.
TALK THROUGH THIS WEEK'S PRACTICE 1. For the next 21 days, we are going to be fasting as a church body.

  • The call is a fast from food, which goes from Sunrise to Sunset. This will be about 12 hours - so you will skip breakfast and lunch and then eat a late dinner.
  • The goal of fasting is not to just try and make it to sunset. We ask that at sunset you do not overindulge for the sake of “making up” what you missed. Take a moment to pray and thank the Lord for giving you strength throughout the day and then break your fast with a filling yet modest meal.
2. As you fast each day throughout this week, everytime you feel hunger pains or think about food or take a lunch break (with no lunch), use it as a prompt for prayer. Turn your heart to God and ask him to starve your flesh and feed your Spirit. Use your imagination to “see” yourself drawing strength from God himself.
  • During the time of not eating, refrain from working or occupy your time with other things, but you go and sit/ abide with the Father. This isn’t time to clean or do the activity that you didn’t have time for.
3. Fasting should cost us and will call us to modify our normal lives schedules.
  • Avoid meetings around the lunch hours if possible (we understand work and schedules). If you are meeting with someone from the church community for hangouts during a meal time, take the time to pray together.
  • Abstain from alcohol. If possible, avoid heavy workouts or modify workouts to fit your new eating habits for these 21 days.
  • Avoid strenuous activities during the time of fasting. You can't avoid life, but be smart and careful with the lack of food consumption.
If you are unable to do this: here are some solutions/ help (pregnancy, unable to miss meals): Schedule out time to pray during specific times. Cut and remove other distractions from your life (Nextflix, Social Media, Reading material apart from the Word) and spend that time praying and seeking the Father. A few ways to add “value” to your fast.
  • Break a Habit – Identify a specific sin or habit or pattern in your “flesh” that you want to break. Spend the day in prayer for freedom in that area.
  • Journal – Take a little time for self-reflection. Get your journal out or go for a walk and think about what this Practice is revealing about you. Richard Foster said, “Fasting reveals the things that control us.” If you just feel “hangry” all day, or if you can’t make it more than a few hours, ask yourself, “Why do I feel this way?” Treat yourself compassionately, as God does, yet honestly as well. Remember: the point isn’t a guilt trip but freedom.
  • Read Scripture – “Feed” on the word of God, like Jesus did in the wilderness.
WORK THROUGH THESE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS READ MATTHEW 9.14-17
  • Is fasting a regular part of your life? Why or why not? What has your experience been with fasting?
  • We fast to awaken our souls to the kingdom of God. What things are you being made aware of already in this fast? What things do you want to be made aware of?
  • What areas of your life do you need freedom in? (addiction, media, lust, greed, etc.)
  • We are a part of a new kingdom that calls us to be set apart and to live differently than the world.
  • What is God calling you to give up to walk in this new life? (Material item, a relationship component, a distraction to become awakened to God’s kingdom)
PRAY TOGETHER “King Jesus, as we enter into this time as a group, we ask for your presence to come and be with and among us as we seek you. We thank you for your promise, that as we draw near to you, you will draw near to us. And so tonight, we turn once again to you. We cease all other things that would distract us from you, our greatest joy and our ultimate desire. Our family, friends, jobs, and dreams are all important, but you alone are God and are the giver of all these incredible gifts. You are the one who we were created for. As we come toward you tonight, would you awaken us to the kingdom of God. Would you show us the heart of the king who reigns over this kingdom. In your kindness, and through the power of your spirit, would you teach us to be model citizens of this kingdom. Would you reveal to us any place where our allegiance lies that is not the kingdom, and realign us. Amen. Here are prayer points to keep us focused together during the time of Upward/ Kingdom Focus . FIX OUR EYES ON GOD RECEIVING THE MIND OF CHRIST ALIGNING OUR HEARTS WITH GOD’S REPENTANCE/STRIPPING AWAY OF SIN ENCOUNTERING GOD’S GLORY _________________________________________ SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCING FOR THE WEEK Daily Prayers for Morning, Mid-Day, and Evening: Morning: Father in heaven, as I begin this day I submit all of my worries and cares, knowing that You see me and know me fully. You are my comforter, my shield and my refuge. I acknowledge my complacency in my pursuit of You; that I, more often than I would like to admit, do not seek you diligently or with all of my heart. This day, I choose to turn my attention upward to You, to seek You with all of my heart. You are the living water that will never run dry, the bread that will sustain me forever. Would You create within me a longing for deeper intimacy, devotion, and commitment to You. Would You awaken me to the kingdom of heaven, in Jesus name. Amen. Mid-Day: King Jesus, as I enter the middle of the day, I give You thanks for who You are in the midst of my physical hunger. I thank You that as I come to You, you are already waiting for me. You delight in these precious moments of intimate connection and friendship. I thank You that You desire my approach, You love to spend time with me. As I draw near again, I ask that You would awaken me once again. Show me the kingdom that I all too often overlook. Lead me into divine and holy understanding. Slow me down into the pace and rhythms of heaven. Teach me the secrets and longings of Your heart, that You desire me to know. Evening: King Jesus, as I wind down from this day, I acknowledge the great joy that You have placed in me through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit and the revelation of the kingdom. I thank You for Your manifest presence in my life; that You have not chosen to leave me as an orphan, but You have made me a son/daughter and You have come close to me. As the day ends, I turn my heart back to You again. As I rest tonight, would You reveal Your kingdom to me in a greater measure. Would our communion not cease, but continue through the night and grow in intensity. Would my greatest desire be to gaze upon Your beauty, to be consumed in your presence at all moments. In Jesus’s name, Amen. Additional Prayer Needs to Focus During This Week:
- Empowerment of the Holy Spirit among Oasis Church Family - Children of Oasis to be strengthened in the Lord - Breaking of addictions among our body - Mental and Emotional Healing among our body - Pastoral Team and Staff of Oasis Church Chicago - Financial Provision over our house and the people of Oasis - The City of Chicago - Salvation to spread among this city




Practice II: The Inward work of the Kingdom


THIS WEEKS MESSAGE HERE This is an "off" week for our O/Groups. This practice is meant to be done at home, with family, your spouse, or even alone. Use this as a time for personal reflection and growth! BEGIN WITH COMMUNION AND PRAYER COMMUNION: This is a moment of remembrance of Jesus and what He has done for us by giving His body and blood for us. This is also a moment to remind our souls that we are seated at His table, with Him and His family, and we are loyal to our Heavenly Father above anyone else. Step One: Take the bread, break it Step Two: Take the wine (if wine is served please have a substitute of juice in case) and dip the bread into it Step Three: Pray before taking the elements. This is a prayer of thanksgiving and praise for the body and blood of Jesus that was bruised, beaten, and His blood poured out for our lives so we can be saved and sit at His table. READ THIS OVERVIEW One of the important reasons for fasting is that when we fast, God speaks to us and reveals things to us about ourselves and areas He would have us change. When we set aside our bodily cravings and desires, God begins to show and remind us who we are in Him, and what he wants to do in us. In Luke 4, we read a story about the life of Jesus, where He was led by the spirit into the wilderness to fast for forty days and be tempted by the devil. As Jesus fasted, he became deeply rooted in His identity, and as a result, was able to combat the temptations of satan. Finally, out of these forty days, the story says that Jesus left the wilderness with power to fulfill the mission His Father had given Him. When we fast for God to move within us inwardly, He reminds us who we are in Him, as well as who we are not because of our new identity. The Holy Spirit will grant us the strength to live out of our new identity, and leave behind anything that is not a part of our identity. We want to lean into the spirit of God and ask Him to remind us who we are, who we are not, and to remind us that we have the strength we need to overcome any temptation that comes our way.
TALK THROUGH THIS WEEK’S PRACTICE

  • Decide the times throughout the day that you’re going to set aside to pray and be with God. As we fast from sunrise to sunset, be intentional about setting aside the time to pray and go through this week's practice.
  • Again, everytime you feel hunger pains or think about food or take a lunch break (with no lunch!), use it as a prompt for prayer. Turn your heart to God and ask him to feed your spirit.
  • *As you walk through the following exercises, things may come up that are hard to process through by yourself and you may need someone to come alongside you in this journey. If you need someone to process with, your O/Group Leader will be available to meet and talk with you.
  • If you feel like you need to sit down with a pastor at Oasis to talk through some of these things, your O/Group leader will help connect you with one of our pastors. *
These exercises can be done both in one sitting, or can be done individually throughout the week. We do, however, encourage you to complete a full exercise in one sitting. Simply put, we believe that these moments will be most effective if done in the complete extent. Exercise 1: Guided Questions For Listening Prayer and Journaling. Set aside some time to be alone with God. Get in a comfortable and quiet place if you are able to. Once you are there, free yourself of any distractions (i.e, no phone), and have your journal nearby to write down anything that the Holy Spirit speaks to you during this time. Spend some time praying and processing through each of these questions.
  • What do I most identify with? (Career, education, family, status, net worth, image, son or daughter of God)
  • What are my most common recurring thoughts about myself?
  • Am I comfortable with myself?
  • Am I emotionally healthy or unhealthy? (anxiety, depression, fear)
  • Are there any lies that I am believing?
  • Are there any truths that I am missing?
  • Is there any specific sin in my life that is hindering me from walking with you?
  • What are you wanting to do in my life?
  • Who do you say that I am?
  • Which of these areas do you really want me to lean into in this season?
End by spending some time thanking Jesus for meeting you and being near to you during this time through His Spirit. Thank Him for speaking to you and revealing things to you about yourself and about Himself. Ask Him to continue speaking to you throughout the rest of this fast. Exercise 2: The Truest Things About You Jesus is always inviting us deeper into relationship with Him and wants to make us more like Him. We want to explore our identities throughout the scriptures, and spend some time reflecting on those identities. Here’s the exercise…
  • Get to a quiet and comfortable space free from distractions (i.e, no phone) and invite the Holy Spirit to come and speak to you.
  • Read slowly through the list of identity statements from the Scriptures (below), asking yourself the question with each one: Do I believe this?
  • If you don’t believe the statement or you find it hard to believe that statement, go to the passage it comes from and read the verse.
  • Ask the Spirit the following questions:
    • How does this statement make me feel? Is it true?
    • What is keeping me from believing the truth? Is it a lie about myself? About God?
    • Who would I be if I let go of the lie?
  • Ask the Spirit to help you believe that identity. Give him the space to speak to you and ask him: What would it look like for me to believe it?
  • Thank him for the ongoing work of transformation that he is doing in your life.
  • Over the next week, if possible, get together with someone in your O/Group and share one or some of the identities you have trouble believing from the Scriptures.
    • Pray together with that person that you would receive that identity.
    • If you can’t get together in person, jump on a Zoom or phone call with them and pray together.
Here is a (non-exhaustive) list of identity statements from the Bible about those who are in Christ:
  • I am the salt and light of the earth. (Matthew 5v13-14)
  • I’ve been given a spirit of power, love, and self-control – not fear. (2 Timothy 1v7)
  • I can find grace and mercy in time of need. (Hebrews 4v16)
  • I am hidden with Christ in God. (Colossians 3v3)
  • I am complete in Christ. (Colossians 2v10)
  • I have been redeemed and forgiven of all my sins. (Colossians 1v14)
  • I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. (Philippians 4v13)
  • I am a citizen of heaven. (Philippians 3v20)
  • I know that God will complete the good work he started in me. (Philippians 1v6)
  • I may approach God with freedom and confidence. (Ephesians 3v12)
  • I am God’s workmanship. (Ephesians 2v10)
  • I have direct access to God through the Holy Spirit. (Ephesians 2v18)
  • I have been adopted as God’s child. (Ephesians 1v5)
  • I am a saint. (Ephesians 1v1)
  • I am a minister of reconciliation for God. (2 Corinthians 5v18-21)
  • I am a new creation. (2 Corinthians 5v17)
  • I have been established, anointed, and sealed by God. (2 Corinthians 1v21-22)
  • I am a member of Christ’s body. (1 Corinthians 12:27)
  • I have been bought at a price. I belong to God. (1 Corinthians 6v20)
  • I am God’s temple. (1 Corinthians 3v16)
  • I am God’s coworker. (1 Corinthians 3v9)
  • I cannot be separated from the love of God. (Romans 8v35-39)
  • I have been chosen and appointed to bear fruit. (John 15v16)
  • I am Christ’s friend. (John 15v15)
___________________________________________ SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCING FOR THE WEEK Daily Prayers for Morning, Mid-Day, and Evening: Morning: Father in heaven, as I begin this day I submit all of my worries and cares, knowing that You see me and know me fully. You are my comforter, my shield and my refuge. I acknowledge my complacency in my pursuit of You; that I, more often than I would like to admit, do not seek you diligently or with all of my heart. This day, I choose to turn my attention upward to You, to seek You with all of my heart. You are the living water that will never run dry, the bread that will sustain me forever. Would You create within me a longing for deeper intimacy, devotion, and commitment to You. Would You awaken me to the kingdom of heaven, in Jesus name. Amen. Mid-Day: King Jesus, as I enter the middle of the day, I give You thanks for who You are in the midst of my physical hunger. I thank You that as I come to You, you are already waiting for me. You delight in these precious moments of intimate connection and friendship. I thank You that You desire my approach, You love to spend time with me. As I draw near again, I ask that You would awaken me once again. Show me the kingdom that I all too often overlook. Lead me into divine and holy understanding. Slow me down into the pace and rhythms of heaven. Teach me the secrets and longings of Your heart, that You desire me to know. Evening: King Jesus, as I wind down from this day, I acknowledge the great joy that You have placed in me through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit and the revelation of the kingdom. I thank You for Your manifest presence in my life; that You have not chosen to leave me as an orphan, but You have made me a son/daughter and You have come close to me. As the day ends, I turn my heart back to You again. As I rest tonight, would You reveal Your kingdom to me in a greater measure. Would our communion not cease, but continue through the night and grow in intensity. Would my greatest desire be to gaze upon Your beauty, to be consumed in your presence at all moments. In Jesus’s name, Amen. Additional Prayer Needs to Focus During This Week:
- Empowerment of the Holy Spirit among Oasis Church Family - Children of Oasis to be strengthened in the Lord - Breaking of addictions among our body - Mental and Emotional Healing among our body - Pastoral Team and Staff of Oasis Church Chicago - Financial Provision over our house and the people of Oasis - The City of Chicago - Salvation to spread among this city




Practice III: Contending for our City


BEGIN WITH PRAYER & COMMUNION COMMUNION: This is a moment of remembrance of Jesus and what He has done for us by giving His body and blood for us. This is also a moment to remind our souls that we are seated at His table, with Him and His family, and we are loyal to our Heavenly Father above anyone else. Step One: Take the bread, break it Step Two: Take the wine (if wine is served please have a substitute of juice in case) and dip the bread into it Step Three: Pray before taking the elements. This is a prayer of thanksgiving and praise for the body and blood of Jesus that was bruised, beaten, and His blood poured out for our lives so we can be saved and sit at His table. Read this overview At the time of Isaiah’s prophetic ministry, the community of God was known for their intense spirituality – a personal, self-centered faith that neglected the kind of just community that God was looking for. Isaiah confronts the community of faith about “fasting” to remind Israel of their identity and vocation. In some ways, Isaiah redefined fasting with his words: “Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to lose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? Is it not to share your food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter— when you see the naked, to clothe them, and not to turn away from your own flesh and blood?” (Isaiah 58v6-7) What Isaiah presents is another dimension of fasting as a spiritual practice: fasting as contending for our city and standing with the poor. When we choose this fast, we choose to allow our bodies to feel hunger and this hunger becomes an act of contending for and standing with those who are suffering by no choice of their own. We choose to unite our hearts to those experiencing brokeness of all kinds: poverty, slavery, hunger, homelessness, racism, debt, addiction, divorce, etc. This fast becomes a Practice that trains our heart in compassion and unites us with our brothers and sisters around the world. When we as a community are moved with compassion and work to alleviate brokenness within our city, we reflect God’s heart and character to the world. This kind of fast is very simple and has been practiced for thousands of years within the Christian tradition. Caesarius of Arles, in the 6th century, says, "Let us fast in such a way that we lavish our lunches upon the poor, so that we may not store up in our purses what we intended to eat, but rather in the stomachs of the poor." With this fast, the invitation is not only to give up a meal, but to use the money you would normally spend on feeding yourselves to feed those around you. Read over this coming week’s Practice as a Community • As you continue your fast this week, set aside times throughout your days to get alone with the Father. As we always do, remove any distractions that may try to steal your attention during this time. • Use these times to “cry out in prayer” on behalf of those suffering and experiencing brokenness in Chicago and around the world. Perhaps choose to do a prayer walk in your city or in your neighborhood, going to the places within it you feel led to pray for and walk around, asking God for his kingdom to come and will be done in our city as it is in heaven. • Calculate the money you would have spent on food, coffee, La Croix, etc. and give that money to those in need. Scot McKnight says, “What we give up in food when we fast can be converted to gifts to the poor; what we give up in time not spent eating can be converted into time spent relieving brokenness.” Perhaps calculate what you’d spend on yourself and give that money to someone in need that you encounter during your day. Or put your money together with your Community and give it all to a cause or organization.* This fast will train you to give quickly and trust the Lord; it teaches you giving without strings attached. Another option is to come together with your community and choose a day or night of the week to serve together somewhere in the city (Chicago City Life Center, Homeless shelter, after school program, etc.) Spend some time at the end of your evening with your O/Group and talk about what this will look like within your group. * We would ask you to consider giving to Love Chicago or the Chicago City Life Center – organizations and opportunities that give back to the communities within the city of Chicago. Work through these discussion questions

  1. Fasting as a response to local, national, or global issues can bind us as a faith community. What issues of brokenness and injustice so move you that you could respond with a personal fast?
  2. Have someone write these down as they are brought up because we will pray for these needs together as a community.
  3. How might your Community begin to pray and work towards undoing brokenness and injustices in our city?
  4. Why do you think these injustices and areas of brokenness exist? Are there ways that these concerns could be addressed and shared within the communities we live in?
Spend time in prayer (30 MIN) *Because we are not eating during our times together throughout this fast, we have more time to spend in prayer with our groups*
  • Consider beginning your time of prayer together by reading a psalm or a passage of scripture over your group.
    • Invite the Holy Spirit into this time of prayer.
    • Spend a few minutes just turning your hearts and affection toward Jesus.
  • Share each need that was mentioned in your group, 1 by 1, and spend time together audibly praying for each individual area of brokenness or injustice in Chicago, and beyond.
    • *If you are doing this practice on your own, take the list of needs you wrote down and pray for those things during this time*
  • One you’ve prayed for each of those needs, below is a list of needs we can pray for as a church body.
    • Empowerment of the Holy Spirit among Oasis Church Family
    • Children of Oasis to be strengthened in the Lord
    • Breaking of addictions among our body
    • Mental and Emotional Healing among our body
    • Pastoral Team and Staff of Oasis Church Chicago
    • Financial Provision over our house and the people of Oasis
    • The City of Chicago
    • Salvation to spread among this city
  • Finally, pray for the needs of those in your O/Group, or if you’re doing this with a smaller group of people, pray for the needs within that group.
    • Use this as an opportunity to come alongside one another, lay hands on one another, and bless each other.
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SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCING FOR THE WEEK Daily Prayers for Morning, Mid-Day, and Evening: Morning: Father in heaven, as I begin this day I submit all of my worries and cares, knowing that You see me and know me fully. You are my comforter, my shield and my refuge. I acknowledge my complacency in my pursuit of You; that I, more often than I would like to admit, do not seek you diligently or with all of my heart. This day, I choose to turn my attention upward to You, to seek You with all of my heart. You are the living water that will never run dry, the bread that will sustain me forever. Would You create within me a longing for deeper intimacy, devotion, and commitment to You. Would You awaken me to the kingdom of heaven, in Jesus name. Amen. Mid-Day: King Jesus, as I enter the middle of the day, I give You thanks for who You are in the midst of my physical hunger. I thank You that as I come to You, you are already waiting for me. You delight in these precious moments of intimate connection and friendship. I thank You that You desire my approach, You love to spend time with me. As I draw near again, I ask that You would awaken me once again. Show me the kingdom that I all too often overlook. Lead me into divine and holy understanding. Slow me down into the pace and rhythms of heaven. Teach me the secrets and longings of Your heart, that You desire me to know. Evening: King Jesus, as I wind down from this day, I acknowledge the great joy that You have placed in me through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit and the revelation of the kingdom. I thank You for Your manifest presence in my life; that You have not chosen to leave me as an orphan, but You have made me a son/daughter and You have come close to me. As the day ends, I turn my heart back to You again. As I rest tonight, would You reveal Your kingdom to me in a greater measure. Would our communion not cease, but continue through the night and grow in intensity. Would my greatest desire be to gaze upon Your beauty, to be consumed in your presence at all moments. In Jesus’s name, Amen. Additional Prayer Needs to Focus During This Week:
- Empowerment of the Holy Spirit among Oasis Church Family - Children of Oasis to be strengthened in the Lord - Breaking of addictions among our body - Mental and Emotional Healing among our body - Pastoral Team and Staff of Oasis Church Chicago - Financial Provision over our house and the people of Oasis - The City of Chicago - Salvation to spread among this city





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