Monthly Archives: August 2011

Steve’s Tips

Providing suggestions for health and balance in your small groups is as simple as “tweeting” or “sharing” this post! Pass along these healthy tips!  Fellowship – On a piece of butcher paper (at least 2’ x 3’) write “Community is…” … Continue reading

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Group Talk with Randall Neighbour: Growing Members Into Leaders

Hosted by our very own, Jay Daniell, Group Talk is a free one-hour conference call sponsored by the Small Group Network, featuring some of the leading small group gurus in the nation. The featured guest for our next Group Talk call will … Continue reading

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Replenish Your Soul: Don’t Play the Victim Card

“When we get through Easter, I’ll have more time for my family.”  “Things are crazy busy… but it’s just for a season.”  “If we just had more staff I could spend more time in prayer”.   In my years as a … Continue reading

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Four Questions You Need to Ask About Your Small Group Ministry

by Steve Gladen One thing I have learned through the thirty years in fulltime ministry is your ministry will always drift from the course you set. It’s not good or bad. It’s just a reality. Even at Saddleback Church, a … Continue reading

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Resources For You: Book of Ruth and 40 Days in the Word

This month we are featuring a study for women based on the Book of Ruth and Saddleback’s exciting new 40 Days in the Word. Tossed, Tumbled and Still Trusting: A study in the Book of Ruth by CJ Rapp and … Continue reading

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Leadership Lifter: What’s On Your Mind? Part Two

By Rick Warren  Last month I started a four part series on how to stay mentally fit. That article dealt with guarding access to your mind. This month I am discussing one of the very best ways to stay mentally … Continue reading

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