Growth Track Resources

Below is the teacher’s answer key for the Growth Track course.

Below is the student’s blank Growth Track book.

Alternative to the personality test on page 37.

Virtual version of the 5-fold test on page 41.

Simple Leadership Prayer Plans

Bellow are morning rituals and plans that the leadership of 7CCSA either participate in themselves or recommend others to try.
We encourage you to try the different plans listed and see what bears fruit in your life!

Pastor Clinton Recommends:

Start with a worship song & pray in the Holy Spirit.
Choose your favorite worship song

Pray the Lord’s prayer.

In the gospels, Jesus teaches us how to pray. We use this as a starting guide when praying to God every day!
“Pray then like this: “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

-Matthew 6:9-13

  • Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name: Begin praying by declaring “Father, you are HOLY!”
  • Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven: Pray for God’s perfect will to be done in your life. “God, not my will, but yours!”
  • Give us this day our daily bread: Tell God what it is that you need. He is our provider!
  • and forgive us our debts: Repent. Lay down your sins before God, and ask for forgiveness.
  • as we also have forgiven our debtors: List out by name those you need to forgive, and ask God for help!
  • And lead us not into temptation, Grace is a gift we all have access to, open the gift and accept God’s grace to overcome sin.
  • but deliver us from evil:
    Declare “no spirit but the Holy Spirit” is welcome in your life!


Go through your personal prayer list. Begin by praying for:

  • YOUR FRIENDS & and specific people as they come up in your spirit
  • + *add your own*


Read the Word.
Choose one of our Daily Bible Reading Plans!

1 Psalm | 1 Proverb | 1 Gospel

1 Pslam | 1 Proverb | 1 Gospel
+ 1 Old Testament | 1 New Testament | 1 Revelation

Give God room to speak to you.
“Speak Lord, Your servant is listening!”

Pastor Lori
Doesn't pray
1) Read a few verses (the Youversion bible app has a verse of the day if you don't know where to start). 2) Reflect on what you read. What does the verse mean to you? What does it mean in context? 3) Ask God to show you how to apply what you read to your life. 4) Listen for His response (a voice, a word, a verse, etc.).
Doesn't pray
I wake up, and make a cup of coffee, start some worship music and my oil diffuser. I then sit down and write down 5-10 things I’m Grateful for from the day before. I then write out affirmations, these change some days depending on how I’m feeling or different things I’m dealing with. Typically they look like, “I am a child of God.”, “I am loved and forgiven.”, “I am called and purposed.”, “I am spirit led in all that I do.”, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”, etc. I also have a place in my planner to write down any prayers that I have on my heart. Some mornings I do this, others I will just spend some quiet time listening for Holy Spirit to speak, or begin praying over my day, and any prayer requests I have on my heart. I try to spend more time being quiet and listening to what Holy Spirit is saying to me. After this, I usually do a devotional or just choose some scripture to read.
Doesn't pray
Doesn't pray
Doesn't pray
Wake up and start my day with worship music thanking God for waking me and while I’m getting ready I start praying over my family before I start my day. Depending on how the day is I will either sit and start with a devotional or short bible study. Then I go into prayer for all the things family, church, and basically all the needs I know of and have heavy in my spirit( while praying I like to listen to instrumentals to hear clear) And just sit and meditate in the word I will have days when I feel the need to write what I hear . Even remind myself of his promises. And encouragement for me and my house.
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