Choosing The Best Curriculum

By Matt Mullins

In a market overflowing with adult small-group curriculum options, how do you make your choice? Let’s consider three ideas that might help hone your curriculum search.

Good questions build healthy small groups.

Vibrant Discipleship: A Natural Bent in Discipleship

Developing and maintaining a vibrant discipleship model is something we in church culture often covet. In the never-ending process of creating new ideas, it can become easy for leaders in the Church to develop a natural bent when it comes …

Reaching Your High School: Is Your Student Ministry Ready for the Fall

It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to a close and students are heading back to school. Our summers in the student ministry have been filled with camps, mission trips, hangouts and tons of crazy memories with students. Really …

Equipping The Saints: Developing Your Small-Group Leaders

As a pastor, you realize the vital role that small groups play in your church and in the spiritual development of your people. Significant change occurs in people’s lives when they are enfolded into a group of believers who are …

Mobilizing a Generation

The most powerful generation that has ever walked the planet is currently present in your church every week! The group that I am talking about holds more buying power than you or I at this very moment. They effortlessly and …

How To Use “The Bible”

The Bible comes to life in The History Channel’s new series, airing for two hours each Sunday evening during March 2013. Created by executive producers Mark Burnett (Survivor, The Voice, Shark Tank) and Roma Downey (…