Articles for Small Group Leaders
The only accountability that works is the accountability that your group members actually want. Allen White explains how accountability works—and doesn’t.
It’s unfortunate, but many churches assume that spiritual maturity happens automatically, so they have no real plan for helping their members grow in Christ.
Keeping in touch between meetings will dramatically improve the group experience for everyone.
“Surrounding one uncomfortable change by a bunch of old comforts only magnifies the discomfort of the former and the comfort of the latter.”
Every person in your group has different expectations for your group, whether they realize it or not.
In the midst of something you and others enjoy, there is the potential that your group could be missing the most important aspect of community life—the gospel!
These are uncomplicated, no-excuses steps you can start taking to strengthen your church’s group ministry.
Mic Morrow shares important insights into the learning dynamics of senior adults.
Grace doesn’t make us passive: it’s not opposed to effort—it’s opposed to earning.
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