New Scope & Cycle Resources for XP3 Partners

If you aren’t familiar with the phrase “Scope & Cycle” or our reasoning behind having one, let me encourage you to head over to the XP3 101 post about it from this past March. The purpose of this blog isn’t just to rehash all of that golden information, but rather to inform you of some awesome information and documents about our updated Scope & Cycle resources.

What’s New

Our previous Scope & Cycle was dated from 2015 through 2018. Our new Middle School and High School Scope & Cycles are updated for 2017 through 2019! Check them out below! (Click on the images below to download the full PDF version.)

MIDDLE SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL


Focused Yearly Scope

Something new this year are our Focused Yearly Scopes. In addition to the big picture view of the Scope & Cycle, you’ll now have a focused look of each season one year in advance available to you. We’re hoping this helps you plan out your year better, and we’re also hoping this makes you look like a rockstar to your parents, leaders, and senior pastor! Check them out for MS and HS below! (Click on the images below to download the full PDF version.)

FALL 2017 (MS) WINTER 2017 (MS) SPRING 2018 (MS) SUMMER 2018 (MS)
FALL 2017 (HS) WINTER 2017 (HS) SPRING 2018 (HS) SUMMER 2018 (HS)


The Why in the When

Our Scope & Cycle is not determined by which dart hits which series on which month. There is a why in the when. The three relational motives and the nine core insights—part of the strategy behind Orange and XP3— are key in helping us choose what makes up our year and when we have certain focuses. You can learn more about those below! (Click on the images below to download the full PDF version.)

MIDDLE SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL

We deeply value relevance and innovation. While we’re not trying to reinvent the wheel every few years, we fully recognize that God is continuing to work in helping us refine, adjust, recreate, and tweak aspects of our strategy and curriculum, such as our Scope & Cycle. We hope that the information above not only gives you a better idea of our “why in the when,” but also allows you to say what matters most to your students—in a way they will hear it, remember it, and know what to do about it this week.