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🔥 Create Life-Changing Community

In Acts 2, after the Spirit of God is poured out upon God’s people, an utterly attractive and compelling community emerges. They love hanging out together, they are devoted to God’s word and worship, they see miracles, and they are radically generous with each other. The onlooking non-Christians never imagined that such a community of love, joy and freedom could ever exist. Every day more joined this unprecedented community of Jesus’ disciples. We are invited by God to ask for the Holy Spirit to create similar communities of welcome and generosity and joy wherever we find ourselves, even online.

Get started by using the Small Group Leader’s Guide. Use an excellent small group Bible study, “Jesus Encounters.” Create deep community with Flourishing Communities. And, help your entire small group take risks with Jesus through Spicy Faith.

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Flourishing Communities Bible Study Collection

Flourishing Communities is a a seven week bible study series unpacking what it means to be a flourishing community. Jesus is all about creating the kind of community that goes beyond just being known - how we live and love each other will change the world around us.

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Type: Tool
Topic: Bible Study Guides | Ethnic Reconciliation and Justice | Community Building

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Jesus Encounter Bible Study Series

These bible studies were developed to help Christians and non-Christians explore Jesus and grow in faith together.

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Type: Tool
Topic: Bible Study Guides | Discipleship | Evangelism | Planting

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Spicy Faith

As you work towards developing potential leaders during NSO, consider “Spicy Faith,” a game that uses fun challenges that invite your community to put faith into action by taking some God-oriented risks!

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Type: Tool
Topic: Discipleship | Evangelism | Community Building

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Follow Up 101

Following up on contacts that we have made through an event, a contact card, or social media is a critical aspect of any growing ministry, especially during new student outreach (NSO).

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Type: Article
Topic: Follow Up | Community Building

 
 
 

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