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Small-Group Meeting Builder
Small-Group Models Interactive Summary Chart
SmallGroups In-Depth Training Tracks
FAQs: Get quick answers to common questions about SmallGroups.com, our content, our team, the technical difficulties you may face, and many other issues. Click here to visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Free Account: A free account is the best way to become acquainted with the benefits of SmallGroups.com. The simple and fast process gives you access to our My Cabinet tool, weekly e-newsletter, and free social network. It also simplifies your ability to browse and purchase the training tools available on SmallGroups.com.
To register for a free account, follow these steps:
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Free Articles: Search though hundreds of free articles on the SmallGroups.com website. You'll find information on a wide range of topics—from dealing with challenging group members to launching turbo groups, from coaching group leaders to asking great discussion questions. Click here to start your search.
Free Samples: We offer a number of downloadable training resources for free. Visit our free page and you'll find a range of items, from complete training downloads and articles to videos and Bible studies. Click here to view a complete list.
Interactive Assessments: Use these free online tools to evaluate several different aspects of small-group ministry. Simply fill out questions on the selected topic and receive your results instantly. Click here to see a list of available assessments.
Multimedia: SmallGroups.com offers a large variety of content types, including audio and video clips, video Bible studies, interactive assessments, and more—all of which can be used for personal or team training.
My Cabinet: You can use the My Cabinet tool to save articles, downloads, and your own notes into personalized folders—all stored on SmallGroups.com. All you need is a free membership to access this tool. Click here for step-by-step instructions.
Q & A: SmallGroups.com has assembled a panel of experienced, respected leaders who love small groups and want to share their knowledge about leadership and ministry. Each month, we'll give an opportunity for one of these leaders to share his or her advice on a specific area of small-group ministry, as well as an opportunity for you to contribute to the conversation and even ask your own question.
Here's how it works: When you submit a question for our experts' panel, your inquiry will be combined with others like it. The next time we pose questions to our experts, we'll try to make sure someone addresses your question in particular or, more likely, the general concerns underlying your question. We work with our panel to gather new questions and answers every few months, so feel free to submit anytime.
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Small-Group Meeting Builder: SmallGroups.com is proud to feature a tool that will help group leaders plan and lead full-bodied group meetings. Here's how the tool works:
- Browse or search over 800 Bible studies to find the curriculum that best matches your group.
- Select additional material to fill out the rest of your group's meeting time. The types of material here include Icebreakers, Hospitality Tips, Bible-Study Extras, Worship Ideas, and Outreach Options.
- The Meeting Builder automatically groups the material into a single document, which you can then print or save for later.
Click here to start using the Small-Group Meeting Builder.
Small-Group Models Interactive Summary Chart: This chart lists the major models of small-group ministry used by churches today. Each model includes well-known churches that use it, a description, advantages and disadvantages, and a chance for discussion. Click here to start learning about small-group models.
Small Groups In-Depth Training Tracks: Because SmallGroups.com features so many articles and downloadable training resources, we know it can sometimes be tricky to find the best material on a given subject. That's why we've developed our In-Depth training tracks.
These tracks are a collection of the most practical and innovative material we have to offer on a particular subject (for example, Dealing with Difficult Group Members). Each track may contain articles, downloads, Bible-studies, multimedia content, assessments, and more—all arranged in a step-by-step way to help churches strategically build up the leaders of their small-group ministries. Click here to see the archive of our In-Depth training tracks.