Summer is just around the corner, and with it comes a time of relaxation and vacation for many. It’s tempting to put our small groups on hold during this season, but I want to challenge you to consider the immense value of staying connected as a community during the summer months.
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For a lot of us, summer means more time with family. Kids are home from school and family vacations are the norm. We also tend to have a bit more margin than during the hectic other seasons. As small group leaders, that extra time spent with family should also include our group members. Your small
Easter has come and gone, and now the countdown is on for summer vacations and activities to kick in. The temptation for a lot of leaders at this point would be to mail in these last few weeks and kind of let the group slide into June. You can avoid that natural slump by doing
The process of leading a small group can sometimes take all of the fun out of it. After all, think about all of the administration details you have to deal with. Where will the group meet? What day of the week will it meet? Who will be invited? Who will bring the food? How many
Whether your small group will be brand new in 2018 or you have been meeting for awhile, a good icebreaker question or activity is a great way to get the conversation going at that first meeting in January. Icebreakers help everyone in the group feel more comfortable about entering the discussion before the Bible study