Small-Group Four Packs
Four Pack: Life-Changing Small Groups
Because the goal of groups is transformation.
To guarantee your group isn't just a social club and does, in fact, have a focus on life transformation, use this Four Pack. We've bundled four of our best resources on the topic, including assessments, activities, and articles. Help your group members grow in Christlikeness with this resource.
Four Pack: Life-Changing Small Groups is a bundled pack containing the following SmallGroups.com resources:
Use this assessment pack to get a clear picture of how your group is helping people live changed lives. The first four assessments help leaders gauge the group's progress, while the next four help members measure their own life-change.
Most small groups operating today are very good at discussing information and ideas. Many are also good at identifying ways that such information and ideas could be applied to living the Christian life. But taking the step from talking about what we know to actually doing something about it is another story.
And that's a shame. Because just like faith without works is dead, small groups that talk about the kingdom of God without experiencing genuine transformation are useless.
The resources presented within this Training Theme are designed to help your small group avoid the mistake of learning without doing. Those resources include assessments, case studies, articles, learning activities, and more—all designed to help your groups and group leaders understand the importance of genuine application.
Spiritual and numerical growth are important goals for any small-group ministry. They are good goals for individual groups, as well. However, all ministries (and groups) will experience plateaus. These are times of stagnation and standstill—times when growth is halted and everything comes to a stop. These times are usually a bit scary and almost always frustrating.
The articles within this resource will provide you with practical insights for identifying and breaking through plateaus both on the ministry level and with individual small groups.
Many small-group members are frightened by the concept of accountability. The word itself can bring to mind images of stern men and women trying to catch others in their sin. But that kind of accountability is rarely helpful. And it's not needed in small groups. This resource will show you a better way to develop authentic, caring relationships that lead to spiritual maturity and growth.
|Topics:||Accountability, Life-change, Spiritual formation, Spiritual growth, Transformation|
|Date Added:||October 01, 2012|