Fully Developed Disciples

4 Dec , 2017  

Fully developed disciples

“You’re always doing curls for the girls.” When I was a high school football player, that is something we would say to a teammate in the weight room in jest. The comment was for a guy who was consistent with his arm curl weightlifting routine but not-so consistent with his lower body and legs exercises. […]


The Four-Step Group Discussion Method

29 Apr , 2016  

Four-Step Group Discussion Method

A simple but revolutionary way of doing evangelism and small groups is sweeping the globe. It started in India but it’s rocking the world. In suburbs of San Francisco, slums of South America, and Muslim tribes of Africa, the lost are being won, disciples are being mobilized, and churches are multiplying. It’s called the “Disciple-Making […]



3 Reasons To Value Conversational Settings

3 Jun , 2015  

conversational settings

In a content-driven information age culture, people can miss the value of sitting in a circle for the purpose of discussion. Most people don’t want to talk to a group of people or listen attentively to a handful of individuals. Others don’t care for either. Acts 2:42 informs us that the early church was not […]

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Small Group Discussion Questions That Go Deep

7 Oct , 2013  

Small Group Discussion Questions that go deep

“I’m bitter at my daughter.” That’s what a lady shared towards the end of one of our small group meetings. Despite feeling ashamed, nobody in the group judged her. In fact, after she shared, others began to open up and confess struggles of their own. The group prayer time that followed was powerful and life […]