Create a space for growth.
You don’t have to be a pastor to lead and disciple others. You just have to be willing to let God work through you. We’ve provided you with some essential resources that will help you lead your small group with confidence.
How Can I Use RightNow Media?
Right Now Media is a free, online resource library provided by Seacoast Church, giving you free access to thousands of bible studies, devotionals, training libraries and children’s content. See Document ›
Practical Advice for Small Group Leaders
Lives can change significantly in the context of authentic relationships. The goal is to create a community where group members are encouraged, supported and challenged to grow in their relationship with God. See Document ›
Characteristics of a Healthy Small Group
Building a healthy small group takes time. It can be challenging to know whether or not you are on the right track. Here are some characteristics that you may begin to notice as your group becomes healthy. See Document ›
Healthy Small Group Discussion Guide
What does it look like to have a healthy small group? Download the discussion guide that corresponds with “Characteristics of a Healthy Small Group.” See Document ›
Small Group Leadership Agreement
Since we believe that significant life change happens in the context of community, it is important for us to have clear expectations for those who lead small groups. See Document ›
Scriptures for Small Group Leaders
Practical scriptures for leaders to help their group members to live the new life, proclaim Christ, rely on God’s resources, and grow in Christ’s likeness. See Document ›
Small Group Connection Process
We must develop a strategy that makes it easy for people to approach those life-giving small group communities. Establishing a clear pathway for connection helps people take their first step. See Document ›
Practical Advice for Small Group Coaches
To support, encourage, and equip small group leaders. As coaches we should model the kind of care and attention we want to leaders to give to their members. See Document ›