Find the Right Study for Your Group

Find the Right Study for Your Group

Practical tips so you'll never dread finding a study again

If the question, "What should we study next" strikes fear into your heart, use this resource to calm your nerves. Determine what you should study and what study format you should use.

Use it alone for your own education, or use it in a group setting with other small-group leaders. Together you can decide what's next for your groups.

For a free sample from this resource, read An Overview of Small-Group Material.

Leader's Guide



Where Are We At?

Three Elements of Vibrant Small Groups
How vibrant is your group?
By Bill Search

Set the Stage at Your First Meeting
What you need to cover
By Will Johnston

Different Study Types

An Overview of Small-Group Material
Learn the basics in order to avoid buyer's paralysis.
By Sam O'Neal

What Makes a Good Study?
The answer may not be what you think.
By JoHannah Reardon

Evaluating Bible Study Questions
Four things to look for when using pre-made questions
By Terry Powell

Make the Choice

Find the Right Study
How to choose helpful material for your small group
By Rachel Gilmore

What Should We Study Next?
Five questions and principles that will help you answer
By Michael Mack

What Should My Group Study?
Three phases as you decide
By Spence Shelton

Choose the Right Study for Your Group
You need to know your group and your leading style.
By Bill Search

Some Questions Before Deciding
Things to consider before choosing a Bible study with your group.
By Keith Wright

Resources

Total number of pages - 26 pages

You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource for use within your local church.

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