No Size Fits All – The Importance Of Learning Styles In Disciple Making

One size fits all. It’s great if you’re shopping for a Snuggie, but horrible if you’re making a disciple.  While we may understand this on a conceptual level, we often fail on a logistical level when we fail to ask the right questions while developing curriculum plans for our groups.  A one-size discipleship strategy will, more often than not,… [ Read More ]

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Soul Care for the Small Group Point Person

“How are you doing, really?” Ever been asked that question? You were probably asked that because something was a little…off. Something didn’t seem right. You weren’t acting like your normal self. You weren’t exhibiting behavior consistent with the way you normally act, whether that was physically, spiritually, or emotionally. OR You’ve been asked that question… [ Read More ]

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Loving those in the LGBT Community

Given the cultural realities concerning the LGBT community, how do our churches and groups engage with and love those from the gay community? Kirby Holmes tackles this sensitive topic in this month’s Group Talk answering the following questions.  1. What does it look like to love those in the LGBT community? 2. Do we engage… [ Read More ]

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Is this the future of group life?

Are you looking for the silver bullet for your groups ministry? Then keep looking, because this isn’t the Group Talk for you. But if you’re willing to sit and listen, learn, and digest, this edition of Group Talk will help you think outside of your box. You have something to learn from the Mid-Sized Community… [ Read More ]

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