Make Your Big Church Small: Episode 292

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Make Your Big Church Small: Episode 292

Sep 05, 2013
Guests: Lindsay Driscoll, Jake Roberson, Randy Pope and Kathy DeMattee

[54:42] - 

Ideas for doing effective small groups, plus Randy Pope on the value of church discipleship, and a college class wants curriculum suggestions.

Featured musical artist: Seth Condrey


Circle Your Chairs

Spiritual Growth|Roundtable
Guests: Lindsay Driscoll and Jake Roberson

[23:24] - 

Most churches have small groups; it's a way to make the big church small, encourage authenticity and accountability, and dig deeper into the Word and each others' lives. But we've all been in small groups that were, um, lacking. What makes a good small group? How do you maximize your small group experience? And are small groups or Bible studies truly necessary within the church?

Making Disciples

Guests: Randy Pope

[21:54] - 

Pastor Randy Pope is serious about making disciples. So serious, that he's determined for his church to be defined by it. As the author of INsourcing, Randy outlines the reasons and ways to bring discipleship back to the local church in a way that will multiply converts, grow believers, and add life and purpose to everything that happens there.

College Curriculum

Guests: Kathy DeMattee

[6:19] - 

A group of college students needs small group study ideas. There's so much out there; how do you decide? Focus' Kathy DeMattee gives some general principles and a specific recommendation.