It turns out that the best questions for group discussion aren't questions at all.
“This is the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time."
Helping your small group respond to God as you dig into the Bible together is largely a matter of asking the right questions.
"To connect people no one else is connecting, we must do things no one else is doing."
Jesus is comfortable with chaos of people's lives. Are you?
Some accountability comes across as coaching and encouraging; other efforts at accountability seem condescending and defeating.
Ten imperatives for Christian leadership.
Essential building blocks for a successful small group ministry.
Dodge the burnout ball and stay in the game.
You'll want to read these top tips from small group guru Steve Gladen as you prepare for your fall churchwide campaign.
Jesus commanded us to make disciples. Jesus has given us His Spirit to empower us to do it. He has given us His authority to accomplish it.
Having trouble measuring spiritual growth? Here's a practical list to help you assess the discipleship happening in your small group ministry.
What would it look like to minister to the homeless through small groups?
Mike Mack helps you leverage a "golden opportunity" to develop a staff or volunteer leader.
After Easter 2015, there will still plenty of spring left before summer, and it makes sense to launch another wave of small groups.
People can fire off a list of their weaknesses, no problem, but ask them for their strengths and they hesitate.
Jim Egli gives his views on new research providing helpful tips on what drives small group growth.
Quit looking for a magic bullet.
If it is bothering you, let that be a sign that others might feel the same way.
Fostering relationships doesn’t mean that a leader has to be intimate friends with everyone he/she leads. Rather it means that everyone being led feels valued.