As we prepare for the fall Community Group Year, there are 2 questions your group coach has for you.
Here are 2 reminders to help make sure your summer gatherings are a success, relationships continue to grow, and your group members don't fall off the cliff in their walk with God.
5 reminders to thrive instead of just survive the end of the groups year.
Use these questions to improve your group experience for both you and your group members.
When it come to applying the Bible in group, how do you help you and your group members to not just identify Bible application, but actually apply it?
How well do you know your group members? Here are 6 simple ways to share your stories.
Here are 3 reasons why giving advice is a bad idea and 5 times it is appropriate.
How do you get your group members to share their struggles? How much should we expect they'll share?
Here is 1 way to measure spiritual growth, and some tools for your own growth.
What's the point of our group discussion time? What are we hoping to accomplish? And how to we accomplish that goal? This article clarifies our goal and gives you practical ideas to improve the discussions in your group.
As you prepare for week 1 of group, make sure to check these off the list to ensure a healthy launch. Also, checkout a sneak preview of our Portraits of a King sermon series booklet.
Make sure you don’t miss this details as you prepare for week 1 of group.
What is your group doing this summer? Here are 4 ways to make sure you get the most out of the summer and prepare your group to succeed this fall.
Our expectations are often shaped by our past group experience, good or bad, but what should we expect to happen in our group and what if our current group doesn’t meet those expectations?
What's coming? Here is everything you need to know for our final Community Group trimester.
Are any of these true of you? How you lead now may end up in you not leading later. How can you avoid burn out as a Group Leader?
How do you get your group members to change? Try these 3 ideas.
Are you ready for group? Make sure to cover these 9 details before group begins.