3 Tips For Picking A Group Study

3 Tips For Picking A Group Study
Are you currently asking, “What should my group study next?” There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to that question, but check out rightnowmedia.org, sermon discussion questions or groupresources.org  But how do you actually choose what’s right for your group? Here are three practical tips for picking a study: Limit a study to 6 parts or fewer. When studies goes ...

Using Story Cards When Your Group Isn’t New

Using Story Cards When Your Group Isn’t New
How do you get a group of people to start talking and start being real? Story Cards are a  way to help people share about their lives and spiritual journeys. You’ll be surprised how using photographs as a storytelling tool can draw your group into deeper reflection and more meaningful conversations. You may heard of Story ...

10 Ways To Kill A Group

10 Ways To Kill A Group
  We thought it would be fun to create a top 10 list to best destroy your group.  So, enjoy! Don’t meet regularly Have only a few members Never multiply Have too many members Don’t use a group agreement Don’t deal with problem people Make prayer time a long story time Don’t follow a curriculum Talk ...

Zapata Family

Zapata Family
We are passionate about life change and reaching the lost with the message of Jesus Christ. We have a vision to plant Discovery like churches in the fifteen communities of Buffalo City South Africa where we will be working. Churches where it is ok to not be ok and where all are welcomed and loved. ...

Two What Not To Do’s As A Group Leader

Two What Not To Do's As A Group Leader
 1. Giving answers rather than raising questions.  When we give answers more than raising questions, the group members will expect you to have all the answers. Rather, be a facilitator who asks relevant questions that will spur on conversations in the group.  Say things like “What do others think?” and “I’d love to know your thoughts” ...

January 2016 GroupLink

January 2016 GroupLink

January 2016 Huddle

January 2016 Huddle
                We had an incredible interactive huddle learning to respond to the different challenges we face in the life of groups.  Click here to download our latest newsletter on how to respond to discussion, commitment and multiplication challenges.

Children’s Hunger Fund

Children's Hunger Fund
Children’s Hunger Fund is a  great organization to serve together as a community group. Click on the link below to see how your group can get involved.  2014 HQ Volunteer Flyer v3

Our Curriculum Track

Our Curriculum Track
Curriculum Guide

Messy Grace

Messy Grace
As the people in your groups get their copy of “Messy Grace”, here are 3 things to keep in mind. Give people time to read and process through the book. We highly recommend you read the book too. If people have questions or concerns, engage in private conversations rather than an open public discussion. There may ...