Browse All Articles
Displaying 1 – 20 of 1657 Articles
Page: 1 2383
Should We Structure for Rapid or Controlled Growth?
Should We Structure for Rapid or Controlled Growth?
Both models can bring incredible growth—if you choose the right one for your church.
Should Our Small Groups Be Open or Closed?
Should Our Small Groups Be Open or Closed?
The arguments for both sides of this common debate.
How Should We Connect People into Small Groups?
How Should We Connect People into Small Groups?
Three connection methods that could work in your church.
Hosts or Leaders: What Should We Call Our Volunteers?
Hosts or Leaders: What Should We Call Our Volunteers?
Take a look at what a simple word can communicate.
What Type of Studies Should We Use?
What Type of Studies Should We Use?
Determine whether sermon-based studies or a la carte studies would work best in your context.
How Is the Bible Changing You?
How Is the Bible Changing You?
Assess how you've grown after completing a Bible study.
How to Be a Peacemaker
How to Be a Peacemaker
In a world that’s hungry for peace, we must choose to work through conflict in our personal relationships.
Embrace the Conflict
Embrace the Conflict
If you want an excellent small-group ministry, you’ll need to learn to handle conflict well.
Healthy Guidelines for Handling Conflict
Healthy Guidelines for Handling Conflict
Create a culture of healthy conflict-resolution.
Can I Ask Someone to Leave My Small Group?
Can I Ask Someone to Leave My Small Group?
Discerning the answer to this complex question
Bible Study that Sticks
Bible Study that Sticks
New research in cognitive psychology shows us how to help people remember what they read.
Communicate with Your Small-Group Director
8 Tips to Improve Communication Between Pastors and Small-Group Directors
It takes effort on both sides of the relationship.
Single vs. Small Group
Single vs. Small Group
Are singles welcome in your ministry?
Pastoring While Single
Pastoring While Single
The challenge and beauty of navigating small-group ministry alone.
Singled Out
Singled Out
Six ways churches can embrace singles
3 Reasons Married and Single People Should Be Together in Groups
3 Reasons Married and Single People Should Be Together in Groups
I didn’t mean to join a group of married couples, but I’ve learned a lot along the way.
Are You an Unhealthy Leader?
Are You an Unhealthy Leader?
No well-intentioned leader would set out to lead this way, but it happens all the time.
The Missing Piece in Discipleship
The Missing Piece in Discipleship
How learning about emotional health transformed our church
Three Game-Changers for People-Pleasing Leaders
Three Game-Changers for People-Pleasing Leaders
Emotionally healthy leaders are fueled by healthy motivations.
How to Handle Emotions in Your Small Group
How to Handle Emotions in Your Small Group
When groups value authenticity, it’s only a matter of time before we face a highly emotional moment.
Displaying 1 – 20 of 1657 Articles
Page: 1 2383