There is no one way to do church. There is no one way to do small groups.
We often look for those who mesh with our personality but pass over those who follow a different drummer.
Currently, I am dedicating my time, talent and treasure to four movements where we are seeing lives transformed and communities reached with the Gospel.
Just after Easter is a promising time to plug more people into your small group ministry.
"I wish I could go back in time and pull words out of the ears of my wife, children and friends, but in that moment, I was blind."
Joel Comiskey and I recently surveyed over 1,800 small group leaders from around the world to discover what makes small groups grow.
There’s a special tool for when you make mistakes. I love that Lego assumes you’ll make mistakes.
The beauty of small groups is in allowing all the members to practice the use of the gifts of the Spirit.
Do the members of your small group engage in relational evangelism?
I’ve seen these statements wreck the community we’re all striving for in our small groups.
Your system may be broken if your group numbers aren't growing.
Unconnected people are almost never loners.
What does multiplication have to do with faithfulness? Turns out more than we think.
What do Moses, Joshua, Abraham, Joseph, Ruth and David have in common?
Having a handful of good icebreakers is like having a pocket full of gold for a small group leader.
It’s hard to think ahead when you’re living “paycheck to paycheck.”
4 easy steps to take to increase sign ups and engagement in small groups.
Have you ever examined your small group ministry for signs of settling?
"Small groups are the best way to share our God-given mission in the world."
A little humorous take on playing Bible study games with people who aren't Christians.