Just as a gardener continues to nurture the plants in their garden as they grow, a small group leader also provides ongoing care to their members—even when they’re apart!
Jesus used questions to engage people in God's story. This article, from the new Coffee Break newsletter, provides helpful ideas for all types of small group leaders who lead Bible discovery conversations.
To help attendees and leaders walk in the sandals of the people in the Bible stories, Director and Small Group Leader Julie Baker uses maps, photographs, and her experiences...
Women who attend Coffee Break at Olympia CRC can "expect to meet new friends, share a cup of coffee, laugh, cry and discover new insights from the Bible" in a casual setting where "no one will call on you..."
Have you ever watched a makeover on TV where the beauty expert pulls someone from the audience and gives them a refreshing update? Well, Coffee Break is turning 44 and we think it’s time to push the refresh button!
This webinar recording highlights the benefits and learning aspects of two Bible story curricula for preschool age children.
Plans are underway for a “refresh” that will energize Bible discovery, invigorate small group leaders, and enliven the evangelistic mission of sharing God’s Word with our friends!
Each week 65-90 women gather together for Bible study in a church that’s located close to the largest transitional shelter in the state of Massachusetts.
Bible engagement is critical for spiritual growth. What kind of small group environment encourages Bible engagement? What kind of leader can help cultivate such a group?
Small Groups carry a lot of weight in churches. We expect that if people participate in groups they will grow and change. What change are we working toward and how do we know if it happened?
A quality Koosh ball is my favorite tool to illustrate small group the communication opportunities and challenges.Buy a Koosh ball. Take the ball to your group and throw it around.