All Resources on Small Groups
God has ordained that we be related to other believers in such a way that we can help each other fight the fight of faith successfully day in and day out until the end.
Small groups are essential to evangelism and nurture and leadership-building. You should consider leading one.
Nine characteristics of fruitful small groups.
We can't sustain hope in God if we remain alone. We need each other's cheering exhortations to stay afloat.
The promises of God are the key to love and victory over sin. But we need people in our lives to "encourage us day after day" with those promises.
The New Testament gives no hint that worship services and classes are the sum total of what church was supposed to be.
The primary purpose of small groups is to help each other maintain the full assurance of faith.
When you value someone because they value God, you are not denying that God is your only good; you are expressing it.
God designs human support to sustain his children's faith and to lighten the burdens they bear in the service of love.
God is pleased with our doing good and our sharing because it demonstrates the success and power of the sufferings of his Son.