Pass out paper and markers. Ask each person to create a picture or chart to illustrate his or her spiritual journey. Group members should focus on the key events or situations that shaped them spiritually. When finished, allow group members to share their pictures or charts with the whole group, or split into smaller groups of three or four for sharing.
Conducting a Spiritual Self-Audit
Twelve questions to keep your personal accounts in order.
9 Ways to Help Group Members Take Ownership of Problems
The struggle is real—and we have to own it if we want to change.
How Is the Bible Changing You?
Assess how you've grown after completing a Bible study.
Easter Reminds Us God Offers New Life
Post-Easter icebreaker--reflect on the new life God has given you this past year.
The Four-Step Discussion Method that Works for Any Study
This simple small-group format teaches disciples to obey God.
Four Keys to Transformational Discussions
Create an environment for life change with these simple tips.