Group Member Posts
It’s remarkable that your Small Group can actually affect the nations! In a lot more ways than it could have, say, one hundred years ago.
But first, why affect the nations? God’s plan from the beginning of His choosing Abraham was to bless all nations through him…
Humility is the virtue that sustains a relationship. Pride is the disease that erodes every facet of it.
Anxious, uncertain, waiting: all of us have been there, but fortunately we have a God who meets us and provides every time. I didn’t expect God would provide for me by calling me to serve at a place that was once coined the attractive name “the swamp.”
The Gospel Coalition held their 2019 conference here in Indianapolis, and it was a privilege to attend. Below are my 6 takeaways from the conference
Our phones can be one of the best ways to connect with the people that we care about. Below are four types of text messages that you could send to others in your group to build your relationships outside of the regular gathering time.
We all want to know those in our Small Group better. Here are sixty-three questions that we can ask to “dig deeper” into the lives of our fellow group members. The higher the number, the deeper the question.
People are messy; community is messy. Community within a Small Group is a beautiful place to find hope with other believers, but it can also be a difficult place to enter with the fear of being known by others. These are three personal takeaways that I have learned from being a member in a Small Group and how it has benefited my own walk with God.
“Living Life Together” is one of the three essentials of College Park Small Groups, and it represents the practical ways that we should experience true community in our Small Groups. Let’s explore what this essential doesn’t mean before looking at what it means.
Being “intentionally invasive” means connecting at a heart level with others. We want to come alongside each other in struggles: whether the core of the struggle is sin or suffering.
How many times have we used Christian phrases or words with the expectation that our listener knows exactly what we mean? Perhaps the Small Group essential of a “Christ-Centered Focus on the Word” sounds like this sort of “Christianese.” Instead of a throwaway term, this essential is the backbone of Small Group culture, and it should also be the backbone of our lives as believers.