Top 10 Articles of 2017

Posted By: Andrew Mason

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Before we dive too deep into 2018, I want to make sure to highlight some of the kingdom content released through SGC in 2017. Below is a list of the top ten articles of 2017.

We published 30 blog posts this past year. The content consists of videos, product reviews and articles. This list is comprised solely of articles and is ranked purely by web traffic.

Congrats to our SGC Contributor Mike Mack for having the most viewed and most popular article in 2017! Here is your Top 10 Articles of 2017:

1. Millenial Perspectives on Small Groups & More…

Insightful info from teaching a seminary class of millennials…

Mike Mack

2. Mark Zuckerberg on Small Groups and Facebook’s Future

Yes, Mark Zuckerberg actually talked about church small groups…

Andrew Mason

3. 25 Rick Warren Quotes

Need we say more?

Andrew Mason

4. Now Hiring: Discipleship Entrepreneurs

Creativity, resourcefulness and innovation will mark the next generation of effective disciple-makers…

Andrew Mason

5. Is Your Discipleship Model for Everyone?

Make sure you have a discipleship plan that doesn’t suck…

Andrew Mason

6. Three Dimensions of Flourishing Faith

Discovering a kingdom pathway to develop growing disciples…

Andrew Mason

7. Three Ideas to Engage Your Lead Pastor as the Groups Champion

Make it easier for your Lead Pastor to lead the groups ministry…

Andrew Mason

8. Materials for Training Small Group Leaders

Do you have a strategy for equipping future small group leaders?

Joel Comiskey

9. Twelve Keys to an Effective H.O.S.T. ASK

Turbo-charge your next church wide campaign with this ninja move…

Andrew Mason

10. Three Strategies for Kingdom Networking

Take advantage of the opportunities God has given you to learn from others and grow your small group ministry…

Andrew Mason

Andrew Mason

Andrew Mason is the Small Groups Pastor of Real Life Church, a family of churches in the Nor. CA region. He oversees Small Groups and Assimilation. He is Founder of, an online community of leaders dedicated to growing churches one small group at a time. Andrew resides in Sacramento, CA with his wife Camille and their two sons.

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