3 ideas for dealing with this common issue.
Summer is a tricky season for groups, but it can also be an awesome season for groups.
Four proven tips for recruiting more leaders.
Guide your group to encounter and respond to God’s word no matter what Bible passage you are studying.
If we’re not looking for long-term members and Bible scholars, who makes the best group hosts?
Can perceived failure actually lead us to better leadership?
Summer planning can lead to a fall harvest.
If people aren’t pushing back against change, what does that really mean?
Relationship, discipleship and leadership through small groups in a way that is sustainable over the long haul.
Keys to help maximize your ability to recruit small group leaders.
By the grace of God, sacrificial love brings joy in its wake.
If you want to communicate "closed for business," make sure your small groups are closed to outsiders.
Perhaps the thing God uses to develop our trust as much as anything is the Faith/Trust Cycle.
People typically don’t find a lot of success in promoting something they fear.
I would encourage you to immerse yourself in an intentionally intrusive, Christ-centered, grace driven and redemptive community.
"I feel like I need to train more but no one wants to sit through training."
What is the gospel, and how does the gospel affect how the Christian church lives in community?
Instead of telling people to study the Bible, start doing this instead.
An intentional conversation starter can instantly change the atmosphere.
When someone shares transparently in the group about struggles, hurt or doubt, what should you do?