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The Heart of the Caregiver (c) - Online Small Group for Parents of Children and Young Adults With Special Needs
Are you overwhelmed by the emotions and responsibilities of caring for your child with exceptional needs? Join our online small group discussing The Heart of the Caregiver curriculum starting Feb. 6.
Reformation Themes: Commemorating the 500th Anniversary (Free Study Resource — The Banner Study Series)
This collection includes a series of articles focusing on each of the five solas — Scripture alone, faith alone, Christ alone, grace alone, and glory to God alone — along with a retrospective by Dr. Karin Maag, “The Reformation: What Did We Gain? What Did We Lose?”
What does “Reformed” mean anyway? This is a compilation of previous Banner articles by award-winning writer and former Banner editor Rev. Len Vander Zee on topics including election, the Trinity, original sin, and more.
The creators of TOGETHER, an inclusive adult Bible study, have partnered with Faith Formation Ministries to put together a list of Ten Ways to Be a More Inclusive and Welcoming Adult Small Group.
Throughout the history of Christianity, I've observed two models of church planting that I will label Frontier & Immigrant. Each model has implicit strengths and weaknesses. What is your congregation?
Are you a Coffee Break or Small Group leader? Consider attending this exciting learning retreat in Port St. Lucie, Florida from February 3-5, 2017!
Westwood CRC is excited to host the "4 Chair Discipling Seminar" in Kalamazoo on November 5. The training helps a church with an overall strategy for building a ministry that multiplies disciples.
August has arrived! If you’re a church leader, you may be looking for a curriculum for your small group, adult study classes, or youth group. Perhaps one of these 5 curricula is a good fit for your church.
Leaders have been asking: "Will there be new Discover Your Bible studies ready for next fall?" The answer is: Yes!
In 2006-2010, Community CRC, Kitchener, Ontario embarked upon a visioning process during which we adopted a new vision: Growing our relationships with God, each other and our community.
Enjoy this recording of a webinar on how to lead English as Second Language (ESL) Bible study.
In this free webinar, Barbara Hampton will share skills, methods, and best practices for leading ESL Bible Study groups.
Come face to face with the Christ of Christmas and discover the real meaning of the Christmas story. Discover Christmas is a four session study that's great for small groups, families, and more!
In this webinar, Ruth Kelder leads a conversation on the factors that help — or hinder — creating a safe place for people to grow in their faith.
Learn — with others — ways to enhance small group prayer. Listen at home or with your leaders! This webinar took place with about 12 leaders from across the US and Canada.
In this new webinar, Marian Lensink shares the basics of leading the Coffee Break Bible discovery process. Engage with this resource from your home computer or use it as a training tool.
Follow the links to see a sample of the new Discover Isaiah study guide and leaders guide. Discover Isaiah is available in the new digital format or the well loved book format.
Four new Coffee Break webinars are scheduled for August. Join from the comfort of your own home or as a group!
The story of a car salesman and his new found love, Jesus Christ, and the call to make disciples. How are you doing in the field where God has placed you to disciple others?
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?
A Bible study for new Christians who would like to have a better understanding of the stories of the Bible.
This is the final blog in a five-part book review series on the books by Mike Breen and the 3DM Team on missional communities. Today, Ruth Kelder shares her report on Breen’s newest book, Covenant and Kingdom and how the "assignment" to read it gave her valuable, new insights about scripture.
This is part four of a five part book report series on Mike Breen and the 3DM team’s books on missional communities. The reports have been prepared by leaders who are on the journey of developing a discipleship ministry in their churches.