Five Things God Uses to Grow Your Faith

6-session video curriculum

Imagine how different your outlook on life would be if you had absolute confidence that God was with you. Imagine how differently you would respond to difficulties, temptations, and even good things if you knew with certainty that God was in all of it and was planning to leverage it for good. In other words, imagine what it would be like to have PERFECT faith. In this new small group bible study, Andy Stanley builds a biblical case for five things God uses to grow BIG faith.

 

Completing this Study as a Group

  1. Purchase one Five Things Study Guide for each person in the group.
  2. Pre-Read (optional) the upcoming chapter to prepare for the group conversation.
  3. Watch the video online or via the Five Things DVD.
  4. Discuss the video as a group using the session questions located in the Five Things Study Guide.

 

Leader's Guide & Tips

An exhaustive Leader's Guide is located in the back of the Five Things Study Guide. Additionally, if you find yourself as the lead facilitator of the discussion questions, here are three things to consider:

CULTIVATE DISCUSSION

It is the ideas of everyone in the group that make a group meeting successful. Your role as the leader is to create an environment in which people feel safe to share their thoughts.

STAY ON TRACK

While you want to leave space for group members to think through the discussion, make sure the conversation is contributing to the topic being discussed that session. Don’t let it veer off on tangents. Go with the flow, but be ready to nudge the conversation in the right direction when necessary.

PRAY

This is the most important thing you can do as a leader and as a group. Pray that God is not only present at your group meetings, but that he is directing them.

 

About Andy Stanley

Communicator, author, and pastor ANDY STANLEY founded Atlanta-based North Point Ministries in 1995.Today, NPM consists of six churches in the Atlanta area and a network of 30 churches around the globe that collectively serve nearly 70,000 people weekly. Andy and his wife, Sandra, have three grown children and live near Atlanta.