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THE GRAFTED OLIVE BRANCH is a wide spectrum of studies and resources that are focused upon the SINGLE CONCEPT in the New Testament that relates to the Church being a Jewish spiritual condition that has enlarged itself by the coming of the Messiah to embrace and GRAFT IN Gentile followers of Jesus as the Messiah of Israel and the Saviour of the World.
The GRAFTED OLIVE BRANCH as a Theological Concept is universal not just to ethnos of the world but to all of life as it relates to knowledge.
This intellectual grounding is developed then expressed in a series of teaching modules that are focused more on the student population.
That teaching series then has an index of teaching applications. The teaching programme that we call a Bible Learning Community is focused on those people who do not have formal Theological education but seek to develop a comprehensive biblical worldview.
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The Grafted Olive Branch is a Learning Community.
All of the teaching modules work themselves into our lives and experiences through each of these platforms.
The Large Group is able to learn in a way whereby the content is delivered using a dramatic style of presentation somewhere between Preaching and Teaching.
The Dinner Table Group is an interactive group session of no more than ten people and is very much based questions and answers on material presented in the large group sessions.
Material can be explained with more detail and when it is hard to grasp we can grapple together on understanding the content in small group discussions.
In this case the environment creates the atmosphere.
This leads to the One to One or Individual Person sessions. Here a person can be totally honest about what they understood and what they missed and also how to apply it to their lives. This can be done sitting drinking coffee, together on Zoom or FB Messenger or walking and talking in the countryside.
Together, these three platforms allow for a sense of community where each person is able to learn in different ways that are unique to their own needs.