Small Groups

Following Jesus Together

Group Life - Logan LeadershipVery little of importance happens outside of relationships. God designed his people to live in the context of relationships… with him, with the created world, and with other people. It should be no surprise then that the life of faith is designed to be lived out in the context of relationships.

Groups help us grow as disciples, connect with God and each other, and serve in our communities. In this relational context we can live life on mission together, experiencing transformation as we follow Jesus.

Making Life Count

Making Life Count

Not to be self-promotional or anything, but my most recent book saw its biggest bulk purchase ever over the holidays. One church bought a copy of Making Life Count for each person in their congregation as a Christmas present—over 3,000 copies. In case you haven’t seen...

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Finding the Flow

Finding the Flow

My colleague Tara Miller has a book out on small groups called Finding the Flow. If any of your churches are working on this area, I suggest you check it out.  Far from taking a programmatic or model-based approach, this book works just as well for missional groups as...

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Tangible Kingdom Primer– teenager-style

Tangible Kingdom Primer– teenager-style

About three months ago a woman at my church started going through the Tangible Kingdom Primer in a unique way—with her teenage kids. Lena ran across the book, began praying about who to read through it with, and when she showed it to her kids, ages 19, 15, and 12, she...

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