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John Van Pay | How to Launch Small Groups That Work



Everyone desires community. Small groups are a great place to find them in church, but it's not always easy to do. John Van Pay, lead pastor of Gateway Fellowship, teaches on why small groups are so important as well as tips for how to develop a great small group experience for new believers.


'God's War' Kid's Sermon Series Graphics, Outlines, and Music



Having engaging kids curriculum is a great way to disciple children and reach the families in your church. This set of resources includes everything you need to get started including graphics, slides, teaching outlines and even dance moves and lyric video.


David Stocker Jr | How to Grow Disciples through Small Groups



Pastor David Stocker Jr articulates a powerful message on the needs and benefits of small group discipleship in churches.


Perfect Time for Bible Engagement



For Lighthouse Outreach Center, a pandemic turned out to be the perfect time to launch Bible Engagement Project.


Taking Small Groups Online



Small groups can meet online, but it may take some creativity and flexibility.




Mike Quinn & Danny Bias | Goals to Set when Starting Life Groups



Pastor Mike Quinn and Danny Bias elaborate on their use of Life Groups within their church. They establish the underlying need for Life groups within churches and how they help serve as a primary environment for discipleship.


Oaks Church | Follow Jesus Discipleship Curriculum



Introducing new people to Jesus is the best part of church planting. Once someone makes that commitment it's just the beginning of their faith journey. This eight-session discipleship curriculum will help you implement a strong discipleship program in your church for new believers. Each session includes topics like learning to read the Bible, praying, and sharing the Gospel with others. Download the leader guide and the disciple guide to get started.


Recruiting Small Group Leaders



Recruiting small group leaders may be simpler than you think.