Coaching others doesn’t mean you need to have the answer to every question. In fact, you should be asking most of the questions and having the person you are coaching answer them! The G.R.O.W. model* is a question-based conversation framework for helping you coach others so that they can set their own goals and move toward achieving them.
Just because we have a goal doesn’t mean that we will achieve it. Many goals are never achieved simply because they are sloppy. How can we clean up our goals and help others to do the same? By making what is commonly known as S.M.A.R.T. goals.
9Marks has written three helpful articles that help establish some of the basics regarding church membership and church discipline.
As a group is learning to get to know one another, it is a great opportunity to have those in the group share their life stories. One method for sharing life stories is by using a Life Map.
Any Christian who calls College Park Church their church family should become a member of our church. If you have people in your group who are not members of the church, how do you encourage them to join?
How can Small Groups encourage community with all ages in their Small Group? Consider these ten ways to help children belong in your group.
From time to time, a Small Group may experience someone who clearly does not emulate a ”covenant” mentality and does not hold Small Group as a priority. Helping this member may include their exit from the group.
There is not always one solution for how to manage childcare. Consider seven ways to provide childcare during the Small Group gathering.
Curious about how to integrate prayer into the life of your Small Group? Here are twenty ideas.
As we seek to get at the heart motivations of those in our group, the following Tree Diagram helps show how our behavior is connected to our thoughts and our desires.
As we become intentionally invasive in one another’s lives, the following questions can help us progress from everyday conversations to deeper more extreme spiritual conversations.