Month: May 2016

5 Key Elements of a Healthy Small Group

Small groups have the power to change lives. A small group that is healthy and focused can be even more effective. So what are the most important aspects that you as a leader can emphasize in order to make the most of your small group to deeply impact both the lives of the members and

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The Cross Walk: A Brand New 7-Week Children’s Curriculum

We are thrilled to announce the release of The Cross Walk: Learning to Walk Like Jesus. The Cross Walk is an exciting new Children’s Curriculum that combines games, crafts, and hands-on activities with solid Biblical teaching. Perfect for Sunday School or mid-week gatherings, this brand-new resource is designed for Grades K-5, large group or small

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8 Goals to Set to Increase the Effectiveness of Your Small Group

Small groups can serve as catalysts for church growth, relational connectivity and powerful discipleship, but goals need to be preset to insure the health of your group. Here are our Top 8 goals to make your small group more effective:   1. Establish the “Why” Before doing anything else with your group, sit down and

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3 Reasons to Jump-Start Your Devotion Time for Pentecost

We hear it every day: “You make time for the things that are most important to you.” But a 2012 LifeWay study found that 81% of Christians don’t read the Bible daily. If you’re one of the 81%, you’re clearly not alone, but now is the perfect time to do something about it! Here are

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7 Reasons to Have a Church-Wide Summer Study

No two families have the same summer schedule, which is why many churches stay away from scheduled studies during the season, especially church-wide studies. While churches are right when it comes to specific ministries–like small group ministry–I’d argue that summer is the perfect time to enact a congregation-wide study! Here are 7 reasons why:  

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