Coffee Break coaching clusters are support groups where directors and coordinators learn and grow with one another. We'd love for you to join!
Read for a description of Global Coffee Break with links and information about diverse study groups.
Leaders can use the following resources as they lead their groups. Coffee Break provides newsletters, study materials, and more. The following links are available and free to use as leaders see fit!
Pastor Alvin Vander Griend tells the story of the planting and growth of Coffee Break into what it is today.
A Coffee Break Group in Illinois is amazed at how God is helping them grow through the ups and downs. They are now the largest group since 1974!
There are over 300 Coffee Break Groups located throughout Canada and the United States — find the one closest to you!
Coffee Break Ministry offers leaders, groups, and participants the ability to participate and stay involved with events and other communication.
Coffee Break is blessed with many long-time Coffee Break saints who have a goldmine of stories and wisdom to learn from. Marcia Mells is one of them. What might God be saying to you as you read a piece of Marcia’s story?
A woman gives a moving testimony about her life, and how Coffee Break helped her transition into the church community.
We are excited to share that a new Discover Your Bible series on the book of Mark will be available this coming fall!
Story Hour and Little Lambs leaders can join the Facebook group: Story Hour & Little Lamb Connect. Read on for instructions on how to join, and how to learn from and support other children's group leaders.
Learn more about Little Lambs & Story Hour curriculum, materials, and other information.
Coffee Break is a ministry that is available globally across different cultures. Click for resources and information below.
There are a variety of ways we can build strength within our groups and show love to the children of God. Find ideas in this post!
I tried scribing last summer as a way to strengthen my study of scripture with a small group. I found the practice of writing out the text to be invaluable.
The Discover Your Bible method strives to incorporate personalized questions in a way that draws people closer to the Bible through discovery while building relationships through sharing.
Sometimes leaders may need to explore new ways to adapt. In fact, Coffee Break Founder Neva Evenhouse found herself in a similar position. How did Neva respond to disappointing results?
Coffee Break Leaders recognize that the end goal is to have people become more like Jesus, or simply put, guiding people towards him as a spiritual guide. Here are some ways you can act as a spiritual guide.
As we welcome new individuals into our Coffee Break groups, here are some ways we can extend hospitality to them.
Current Coffee Break Program Manager Sam Huizenga met with Former Founder and Director, Neva Evenhouse, to discuss the past and present Coffee Break ministry.
In response to God’s faithfulness, Coffee Break will be choosing one thing to give thanks for each Thursday in November. Will you join us?
Jane D. Hull, a well known educator, explains that to support a child, one must also support their parents. Here are ideas to connect with children and also engage their parents.
What would you hope for from a Coffee Break Leader training? When asked, the 32 leaders gathered in Chicagoland resonated with two common themes: encouragement and becoming more effective in leading conversation.
Kathy took great care in telling her Story Hour children that Bible stories are true. She wasn't sure, however, what impression she was making. But one day a mother of one of Kathy's three-year-olds shared a story from home.