The biggest difference between a small group that is spiritually, relationally, and biblically edifying and one that feels like an awkward waste of time is leadership.
Why Small Groups? To help us love one another.
Sunday Morning Adult Small Group: How to Spell Presbyterian
What does it mean to be a member of Ardmore Presbyterian Church no matter how you spell it How to Spell Presbyterian is a basic introduction to our common beliefs, traditions and future together. The journey of faith is a comfort but also a challenge, and we can’t do it alone. Relying on God’s grace, our church exists to guide and support each other on this journey. This small group study is for new members, long-term members and the interested. Led by Rev.…
6 Weeks to a Lake Body! (How a small group lost over 151 pounds and inches in just 6 weeks)
Our last 6 week challenge was a huge success! A small group of people lost over 151 pounds and 57% Body Fat Every day I get emails and Facebook messages asking me when our next challenge is going to be. I am excited to announce our next challenge is going to be starting June 27th! Just in time to shed unwanted pounds and inches during Bikini Season. Although our last 6 week challenge saw amazing success for our boot campers we have revamped…
Small Group Study Guide
Links to Small Group Study Guides: December 9, 2018 – Haggai and Luke December 2, 2018 – The Least of These November 25, 2018 – Jesus is Here November 18, 2018 – God Will Do What He Thinks is Best
What If I'm Not In a Small Group
What Small Groups Are Not
Promotional clip to advertise small groups at Common Ground Church.
What is a Healthy Small Group?
We all want healthy small groups. But without a central focus on God and growing in our faith, we are simply a gathering of people who meet for coffee when
How to Choose a Small Group
In a recent Ask Me Anything segment, a viewer explained after a horrible incident involving other women gossiping, it had taken her almost a decade to find a small group setting that she felt comfortable sharing in. Today, Dr. Sheri Keffer and Milan Yerkovich are talking about what you need to look for, and feel out, when it comes to choosing a small group to become a part of. Tune in now to find out what to watch out for!
Small Group Start-Up Guide
Share In His lifetime, Jesus ministered to great numbers of people -10,000 or more at a time, a sea of humanity gathered on hillsides and sandy beaches. However, He spent most of His time with a small number of hand-picked devotees. The small group of twelve who Jesus chose as His disciples came from a variety of occupations that included fishermen, a tax collector, a politician, a bookkeeper, and several businessmen. These men varied greatly in temperament as well. Peter was bold and…
How to Host a Small-Group Meeting
Practical advice for group members willing to share their homes
Ideas for prayer in small groups
The fanciest theological prayer is no better than the simple cry for help. Having said that, our small group prayer could often be more open, more God-centred, more wise and so on.
How to Grow Your Small Group
This short video gives a great method to help you bring more people to your group.
10 Don'ts of Leading a Small Group
Being an effective small-group leader means doing a lot of things well; it also means NOT doing a lot of things.
10 Small Group Strategy Assumptions
Identifying the right question is a critical skill. And that caused me to reflect on my small group strategy assumptions.
Why Confidentiality Matters in Small Groups
How can you set up a safe environment that incorporates confidentiality? Consider following these five tips.
Secrets to Superstar Small Group Leaders
The best small group leaders love Jesus and love people but are also real enough to relate to people and build genuine friendships.
10 Mistakes That Are Killing Small Groups
Small Group guide for Eph. 4 sermon
This video for our groups as they walk through next steps God wants them to take
How to Organize Your Small Groups to PREVENT the Headache
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