Messier than Expected

Messier than Expected

What happens when a small group takes ownership of missional living
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And all that can get pretty messy.

But that's the way we grow. God meets us in the tension we feel, offering to fill the gap with his strength, grace, and love. And we find that as we seek to bless others, we are blessed beyond our imagination.

—Amy Jackson is Managing Editor of SmallGroups.com; copyright 2013 by Christianity Today.

Discuss

  1. When has your small group participated in something that required them to lean into God?
  2. What questions in this article resonated with you? What questions do you think your group members will have as you embark on missional living?
  3. What can be gained when a small group is on mission together?

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