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Give The Meeting A Break And Let Group Life Begin

Sometimes it's essential to take a break in order to practice what you're learning.

Group Breaks

Does every small group need a planned vacation?

Your Group May Need A Vacation When . . .

Sometimes a vacation is the perfect solution to a small-group problem.

A Joy-Filled Small Group

The joy of the Lord is our strength.

Small Group Adventures

Some ideas to bring fun, adventure, and community to your small group.

Growing Fun

Fostering fun within a group is a little like growing a plant.

Group Evaluation and Celebration

Plan to conclude your year with your group in a positive way.

Worship and Small Groups

Worship is the heart and soul of small groups.

Put Prayer into Prayer Time

Ways to spend more time praying and less time giving requests.

Focusing Our Group Attitude

Some nuts-and-bolts ideas that will help your group get organized and focused.

Discovering Spiritual Gifts in the Small Group Setting

Small group members can provide valuable insight when assessing an individual's spiritual gifts.

Spiritual Gifts and Small Group Life

I believe that small groups are the best place to practice spiritual gifts.

How Small Groups "Discover" Spiritual Gifts

It is in the Body of Christ—in community and at work—that we discern our gifts.

A Church WITH Small Groups

Through small groups and other mid-size ministries, everyone can experience more in-depth community.

Ministering to Children & Youth in a Two-Chop Stick Church

We believe that children and youth are an integral part of the church now—not just in the future.
Developing Small Group Accountability

Developing Small Group Accountability

Creating a "safe place" where people can truly open up and share at a deep intimate level is an important step in developing real intimacy in small group community.

Resolutions Worth Making … and Keeping

It's easier to keep resolutions when you're in community than if you're going at it alone.

The Freedom that Comes from Vulnerability

Experiencing love from those who know our imperfections is a very powerful thing.

Expose Your Thorn in the Flesh

Being honest about your own shortcomings can be encouraging to those you're leading.

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