Tag Archives: Small Groups

The Literature Windshield

If you have never done this, then give it a try. Find a stretch of road without any oncoming traffic and while moving the speed limit, look AT the windshield. Now, no cheating. This will only take a second. Don’t … Continue reading

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Illustration and Dissonance

2 Timothy 3:16 tells us God’s Word  “is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness.” Teaching – Giving instruction Rebuking – Identifying where a mistake has been made Correcting – How to return to the correct line of … Continue reading

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Breaking the Deep Ice

Icebreakers come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes it comes in the form of “the life of the party,” whose spontaneity and humor get everyone laughing together, easing the way into conversation and relationship. Sometimes the icebreaker is a crisis … Continue reading

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The Role of the Bible in Bible Study

The title of this page sounds a little silly, doesn’t it?  However, how many of your class members actually bring and read their own Bible in “Bible Study”.  In churches across America, the answer is “not many.”  But perhaps that … Continue reading

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