Easter will be one of the most attended Sundays of the year for just about every church in the country. Small groups represent a great opportunity to connect the people who visit Easter Sunday (and often don’t have a church home) into the life of your church.
If you want to connect the unconnected through a small group, you must select topics that will actually appeal to those kind of people. Here are 3 studies that will help you connect people into groups after Easter and have a broad appeal to those who might be unfamiliar with religious jargon. Use these to form groups that act as an on-ramp into your church for people who visit at Easter and help your church become more sticky.
A Beautiful Design by Matt Chandler
God created us to function according to His perfect design. But our ever-changing culture faces challenges due to sin. In this study, Matt Chandler gives evidence that God’s plan for man and woman is the ultimate design. And life lived within this beautiful and unchanging design is part of His greater purpose for humanity.
View Session 1 of A Beautiful Design
Extraordinary by Darrin Patrick
Most Christians struggle with the Old Testament. It often reads like a collection of bizarre, supernatural stories about people in a completely different culture and place in time. But throughout the Old Testament is woven the clear story of God redeeming His world through ordinary people. Take a closer look at a few such people—men and women chosen by God to accomplish His will.
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Unanswered by Jeremiah Johnston
We live in a radically skeptical age. Tough questions are being asked about Christianity. And most believers are ill-equipped to provide the answers our culture and communities desperately need. Many in today’s church do not know the Bible as well as they should and they struggle with their own “big questions” about the faith. This study provides precisely what the church needs today: tools and answers!
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