Simple and Effective Tools for Small Groups
What is StudyChurch?
StudyChurch is a group engagement platform for small groups. Think of it like a Facebook group where your members can interact with each other. But StudyChurch is so much more than that.
It is a whole system built around your lesson material. As a group leader, you can create custom material that your group can engage with online. As they answer lesson questions, they will be able to interact with each others answers.
Watch this video for a walk through of the software. The demo starts at the 1:47 mark. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out!
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Small Group Tips and Advice
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Does your small group have ground rules?
All relationships have ground rules. Small groups are no exception. Even if you have not formally established the ground rules for your group, members likely perceive a set of guidelines. Unfortunately, conflict can result when different people have different ideas about what conduct is expected in any group, […]
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