If spiritual growth is like a journey, then in order to get where you want to go, you need to know where you currently are.
From spiritual practices and the books of the Bible to career challenges and establishing guardrails, there are a variety of studies that are just a click away.
I’ve started memorizing scripture again. And this time I’m the one challenging people to join me on this journey.
You are the best leader when you’re leading, in both the everyday moments and the tough seasons, with a posture that reflects humility, intentionality, teachability, and curiosity.
How often do we use words or phrases in our groups that not everyone understands? It's especially important to watch out for this kind of thing when new believers or non-believers are in your circle.
Are you looking for a fresh way to connect relationally with God during this Christmas season? If so, try out the Prayer of Examen.
If Jesus told us to expect grief and loss, why is it so difficult when we find ourselves grieving? Why do we have such a hard time comforting others when they are grieving?
Your group is a great place to celebrate what Jesus has done in all of your lives, and to remember the sacrifice he made on your behalf.
Don't forget to connect socially with your group and have some fun. To help you out, we've created this Christmas Would You Rather? icebreaker game.
If you're intentional about it, December can be one of the best times of the year to build relationships in your group.
It's nearly Be Rich time once again! Our annual giving and serving campaign, launches November 5. As part of the campaign, we want to help you prepare to Serve Together with your small group.
Moving toward the holidays while carrying the weight of loss can prompt feelings of depression, despair, or numb emotions — the opposite of what our society and culture expects of us.
If you and your group have been looking for a Bible study that's a little different, we've found a new resource that might meet your needs.
We've created a number of one-session studies and activities. They're short, but they're not throwaways. In fact, they can set the tone for future studies by helping you connect more deeply while learning important stuff about yourselves and one another.
Pointing our prayers to our heavenly Father reminds us of the authority he has, and of a once broken relationship with him that has now been restored through the work of his Son and the power of his Spirit.
In the midst of holiday craziness, it's important to lead yourself well. That just means begin intentional about staying connected to your heavenly Father.
Teachable leaders are aware of their own room for growth. That awareness makes them better equipped to help others grow.