hud‧dle  ·  /hədl/

Definition of “huddle

Noun: A group that meets to discuss important matters.

Verb: To meet together to plan the next move.

Room For Doubt “Huddles”

 

    • A Huddle is a local group that is officially connected to Room For Doubt (e.g., in a church, college, campus ministry, Christian school).
    • A Huddle meets periodically to help one another grow stronger in the Christian faith and learn how to present and defend the Christian faith more effectively, especially for those who have sincere questions or doubts.
    • A Huddle is led by a “Captain” and a “Co-Captain” who plan, promote, and preside at the meetings. Captains and co-captains must apply and be approved by Room For Doubt.  (See below for more.)

What does a Huddle try to do?

 

H Handle God’s Word accurately (2 Tim 2:15).

U Understand doubts & criticisms of the Christian faith (Jude 1:22; 2 Cor. 10:5).

D Defend basic claims of the Christian faith (Titus 1:12-14).

D Deliver a kind & compelling Christian apologetic to others (1 Peter 3:15).

L Learn effective skills to lead everyone closer to Christ (Acts 26:28-29).

E Employ valuable resources to strengthen faith (2 Tim. 4:13).

Start a Huddle

become a captain/co-captain

 

    1. Read the Huddle Policies. (See the button below).
    2. Submit a brief online “Captain/Co-Captain Application.” (See the button below).
    3. Room For Doubt will send you a private link to complete an online “Captain/Co-Captain Questionnaire.” The questionnaire will ask more about your Christian commitment, your understanding of the Christian faith, your current awareness of Christian apologetics, and your capabilities to lead a Huddle.
    4. If approved, you will receive information and resources to help you successfully plan, promote, and implement your Huddle.

Interested?  See the Huddle Policies and submit a “Captain/Co-Captain Application”

Huddle PoliciesCaptain/Co-Captain Application

Some Suggested Topics for Huddles

These lessons are provided by Room For Doubt. Each one could easily be used for more than one Huddle meeting.
  • What is Apologetics? 
  • Dealing With Doubt: Cultural & Biblical Reflections
  • Dealing With Different Types of Doubt 
  • Dealing With Emotional Doubt 
  • How Our Deepest Human Needs Point To Christianity 
  • Who Is God? 
  • Evidence for God: The Universe Began 
  • Evidence for God: The Design of Life & The Universe 
  • A Moral Argument for God’s Existence 
  • Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus 
  • The Reliability and Authority of the Bible 
  • Why Does God Allow Suffering and Evil? 
  • Living With Truth and Tolerance 
  • Christianity: The Ultimate Basis for Justice & Equality 
  • Witnessing Made Easier: Strategies for Conversing with Unbelievers 

Have any questions about the Huddles?

Please contact us and let us know.

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