The Huddle Mission
The mission of a Huddle is to be an expression of Room For Doubt in a local setting (e.g. in a church, college, campus ministry, Christian high school). A Huddle meets periodically to help participants grow stronger in the Christian faith and learn how to present and defend the Christian faith more effectively, especially to those who have sincere questions or doubts.
The Huddle Organization
- A Huddle is led by a Captain and a Co-Captain who are formally approved by Room For Doubt.
- The Captain and Co-Captain work together to plan, promote, and preside at Huddle meetings (face-to-face or online).
- Room For Doubt provides instruction, resources, and ideas to help make make Huddles successful.
- The Captain and Co-Captain periodically communicate with Room For Doubt about Huddle activities, participation, questions, etc.
- The Captain and Co-Captain participate periodically in a “Big Huddle” (perhaps once per month) with the Room For Doubt Director (Dr. Richard Knopp) and Associate Director (Dr. Zach Breitenbach). The Big Huddle offers instruction and opportunities for interaction with leaders of other Huddles.
Huddle Formation: How to Become a Captain or Co-Captain
- Read and accept the Huddle policies.
- Submit a brief Captain/Co-Captain Interest Form.
- Room For Doubt will then send you a private link to complete a 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.
- If approved, you will receive information and resources to help you plan, promote, and implement your Huddle.