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Connecting through Common Interests: Debunking Small Group Fears

Meredith Mahon Morris October 21, 2016

Over the past 20 years, many churches have transitioned their discipleship approach from Sunday School to small groups. Many people imagine a small group as a very awkward attempt at forced spiritual intimacy among a group of relative strangers. Discipleship directors have experienced skepticism and even received direct opposition to this change. The struggles have… Continue Reading »

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Getting Your Small Groups Ready for Fall

John Gilman August 31, 2016

The small group model in churches has really exploded in recent years and has proven itself to be very effective in building relationships and strengthening one’s walk with the Lord.  As a leader of this ministry, how do you keep building momentum and see church small groups continuing to grow?  Every church is unique in… Continue Reading »

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Don’t Put The Brakes on Summer Groups

John Gilman May 2, 2016

It’s tempting to waive the white flag, to throw your hands up in surrender, to the summer slump. Many churches simply resign their efforts and re-appropriate them in the fall. First on the chopping block of suspended ministries are groups. It’s almost expected that groups will take a break during the summer months. But, doing… Continue Reading »

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What Summer Means for Small Groups

John Gilman April 4, 2016

When summertime hits, people go places. Beaches, amusement parks, lakes, cabins, vacation homes; you name it, people go there. They want to be out and about, shaking off that cabin fever that’s plagued so many for too long. It seems like people go everywhere more, except to your church’s small groups. People want a break… Continue Reading »

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3 Tools Small Groups Leaders Need to Succeed

John Gilman March 17, 2016

Small groups help churches grow because they help strangers become great friends. People stay at churches where they find friends because friendship covers a multitude of sins. Small groups involve us in others’ lives and really invest us in the church. These friendships eventually turn into deep, meaningful connections that can last a lifetime. Churches… Continue Reading »

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