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!
Here's your new toolbox
Small Group Tips and Advice
Growth in a church small group is almost inevitable. If your group is providing a meaningful and educational experience, members will bring guests or tell people about it. However, not every guest is a good fit for your bible study group.
Whether you have a solid group dynamic or are still working on developing the […]
Are you a small group leader? Do you find it difficult to create a strong bible study for your small group? In order to help out other small group leaders, I have come up with a list of five tools that I feel that every small group leader needs.
This one should be […]
Hosting a small group is an opportunity to grow in faith while serving others. This is an opportunity not just for study, but for growing in faith through discipleship, mentoring, and creating meaningful connections.
Here are ten tips for hosting groups of all kinds with joy that will infect both your life and the lives […]
Is your church pursuing a vibrant small group culture? Have you decided to lead? What do you do next? While the first meeting of a small group Bible study is often intimidating, it will be much simpler if you follow this simple ten point checklist.
1. Ask for God’s blessings.
No successful endeavor has ever […]
Where should we host our small group? Choosing a small group location and coordinating schedules can be a challenge.
Here are a few places to consider for a small group location along with the pros and cons of each.
1. On Campus
Many churches host small groups on a regular schedule, and prefer for them to be […]
All small groups have times when they are engaged and times when they are less so.
However, it is possible for a group to become so divided that it is a poor environment for spiritual growth.
There is good news, however: recognizing that your small group has issues is the first step to solving them.