It was just over one year ago when the pandemic became such a serious concern that businesses, schools, and churches closed down in-person experiences. At worst, people were operating from fear and at best from an abundance of caution. I don’t judge anyone regarding decision making given the unprecedented circumstances in which leaders found themselves. […]
The following is part 3 in a five-part series, Finding your disciple-making sweet spot, by Scott Sullivan, Georgia Baptist Discipleship catalyst. In Part I of this series, we laid out a pathway to find your disciple-making sweet spot and focused on the importance of a quality new member class. In Part II we outlined how […]
In September 1919 a morning Bible study was offered to children in the College Park community…
My evidence is anecdotal, but my experience is that many, if not most, Sunday school classes or small groups turn inwardly at some point. Even those that start with the strongest outward focus sometimes lose this battle. Here are some reasons this shift happens: Their churches are already inwardly focused. It’s not just the Sunday school […]
“A strong Sunday School or Small Group ministry equals a healthy church.”
Since 1967 Edith has been in Sunday School every time the doors opened.
Some old things still work.
“… this small group approach still works well …”
“I have loved every ministry I have been involved in but Collegiate Ministries is so unique…”
“Josh is also extremely dedicated to seeking and accomplishing God’s will…”