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Three Ways To Get Small Groups Going

Learn how to lead in a way that sets your small groups up for success.

Five Essentials For Small Group Health

How to keep your groups growing vibrantly.

The Five "Ms" Every Leader Should Know

How to shepherd your flock.

Five Small Group Myths

Have realistic expectations about what small groups will be like.

7 Tips To Modeling Prayer For Your Group

How to make prayer a central part of small groups.
The Art Of Group Prayer

The Art Of Group Prayer

Lead your group in praying biblically.

Asking Questions Like The Master Teacher

A look at how Jesus used questions that made a lasting impact.

Bad Days Are Sometimes The Best Days

Small groups can be a great place for learning lessons about life.

Be A Champion To Remember

Being a champion isn't too hard, but it makes a big difference.

Beyond Prayer Requests

Groups should consider whether their requests line up with what God is doing.

Sometimes Big Things Start Small

Brett Eastman's story about the development of small groups at Saddleback church.

Breaking and Entering

True friendships take time and commitment.

Breaking Through Intellectual Barriers

A small group's love for two skeptics leads them to Christ.

Build Community Through Communion

Bring depth to a small group by participating in Communion together.

Building Community in Children's Ministry

Small groups are an essential part of children's ministry.

Building (or Rebuilding) a Healthy small-group ministry

Seven questions that will lead to effective small groups.

"But I Wasn't Meant to Be a Mom!"

Joining a small group helped a mother embrace her new role.

The Call From The Holy Spirit

God has ways he wants to use us if we are willing to follow his leading.

Champion Your Small Group's Purpose

Make the most of 40 days of purpose.

The Childcare Checklist

Use this practical tool to determine the childcare options in your small group.

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