Helping Families by Tearing Down Walls

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How the Walls Project Works

Churches across America help tear down Walls

Tearing down Walls

Any time a group of people moves together toward a common cause, there is tremendous momentum! Through your weekend services, small group studies and personal readings, your church family will focus on the same spiritual truths over a defined period of time. People of all ages and backgrounds will rally find a common truth: God has given us the tools we need to break through the walls that keep us stuck. You will be adopting a common language, to fight a common enemy.

Thankfully, no two churches are alike. Thus we don’t propose a “one size fits all” campaign for your congregation. Rather, we provide an organized, yet flexible, approach to a multi-week series of sermons, studies and events. Feel free to adapt these resources to fit your context, but keep in mind that this is a tried-and-true process. You would do well to pursue as much of it as possible in order to achieve maximum effectiveness. 

Churches of all types and sizes have successfully taught The Walls Project. From congregations with thousands in attendance to small rural gatherings with but dozens, God has moved through the hearts of His people. Baptist, Presbyterian, Bible, Community, Fellowship, Pentecostal and Evangelical Free churches have all experienced the blessing of freedom from walls. Whether in English, Spanish or Cantonese, God speaks! 

PRIMARY TOOLS OF THE WALLS PROJECT:

1. Sermon Series Outlines & Illustrations

Over four consecutive weeks, the Pastor will provide spiritual leadership, vision and motivation through sermons covering:

  • The Danger of Walls

  • Promises: God’s Secret Weapons

  • When Breakthroughs Come Home

  • Tearing Down Walls Together

2. Small Group Study

A powerful part of The Walls Project is biblical study in small groups. Our interactive curriculum includes video teaching clips, helpful study materials and weekly discussion guides.

3. The Walls book

Walls: Why Everybody is Stuck (and nobody has to be) is the companion book behind The Walls Project. Great care has been taken to avoid needless redundancy between the book and the other tools. Although participants do not absolutely have to read the book, doing so adds depth and a much greater impact.

4. Web-based Spiritual Assessment Tool

A unique 48 question spiritual assessment is provided to you free of charge. Over 15,000 people have taken the brief evaluation and identified their spiritual walls!

5. Promotional Materials & Graphic Resources

Professionally designed “PowerPoint” slides, bulletin inserts, posters and postcards are all included for your promotional efforts.

6. Creative “buzz” Generating Ideas

Whether used within your church or beyond its confines, these creative pieces help gener- ate curiosity and excitement. Churches from all over have shared their ideas so that you too can enjoy the best of The Walls Project. 

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The spiritual barriers people face are countless, but they can be categorized into Eight Primary Walls. These walls correlate with the 8 primary breakthroughs that everyone needs.
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I am amazed at God's power.
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I am intentionally seeking to grow in my relationships with others.
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I believe God is loving and kind.
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I look forward to good things in my future.
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I am so busy that I find myself ignoring the most important things in my life.
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I find myself drawn to things I know are bad for me.
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I think that God will meet all my needs.
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I observe things that make me wonder if I should believe the Bible.
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I tend to expect the worst to happen.
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I feel I can turn to God for direction.
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It humbles me to think I can know God.
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I am grateful for the things I have been given.
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I know a lot of people, but don't feel very close to many people.
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I am willing to sacrifice immediate gratification for something better down the road.
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People would describe me as a giving person.
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I think God cares about the details of my life.
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I try to avoid temptations that would bring me harm.
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I have too many of my own problems to deal with the problems of others.
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My faith practices are more about routine than relationship.
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When bad things happen, I feel like I am getting what I deserve.
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When bad things happen, I wonder if God can make things better.
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I question why God allowed certain things to happen in my life.
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The possibility of gaining a good friend is worth the risk.
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When looking back on my life, I tend to focus on all of the things I did wrong.
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I believe God wants what is best for me.
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I am confident God has forgiven me for my past.
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I believe God is willing and able to answer my prayers.
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It troubles me that God has not answered my prayers.
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I believe truth is the same for everyone.
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I have to guard against judging people when I learn they are dealing with tough circumstances.
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I feel with God's help, I can face any situation.
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People who have hurt me in the past cause me to avoid some relationships today.
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When I am facing a difficult situation, I feel like I can solve problems on my own.
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I feel compelled to make the world around me better.
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I spend too much of my energy pursuing material things.
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I find myself more focused on the things I don't have but wish I did.
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I feel there is a disconnect between who I really am and how I act in front of other people.
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I have a hard time trusting people.
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I don't believe anyone can ever know what is absolutely true.
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I believe in an all-powerful, all-knowing God.
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I have been wronged in the past in a way I cannot get over.
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I am willing to serve others for nothing in return.
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I feel strong relationships are hard, but worth it.
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I believe the Bible has answers for today's circumstances.
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I believe God loves me in spite of who I am.
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I worry that God is angry with me.
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I worry about the problems that the future holds.
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I have witnessed things that make me wonder if God is in control.
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