Here are some web resources highlighted by my friend, John Dobbs. Visit John's small groups page on his excellent blog.


Small Groups dot com! This website is a part of the Christianity Today family. That means the quality of material presented is excellent. For the main website, the material is for sale. You can buy articles individually or for $99 per year you can have access to thousands of articles and Bible studies and other resources. I didn’t make that investment, but given the quality of the people involved I would say that it would be worth it. However, there is a blog , newsletter, and other good stuff for small groups available on the site that is worthwhile … including….

Small Groups Digizine. A digizine is a digital magazine. Clicking on the link will open up the digizine reader, so give it a minute. It’s just like reading a magazine … there are some great articles, and lots of advertisements! Good stuff, though, in a format we’ll probably see more in the future.

Matt Dabbs’ Small Group Resources. Matt has done a great job of assembling a good set of studies that are available, plus a variety of links to other small group resources. He does add to this from time to time, so I definitely have that bookmarked.

There is no dearth of books and materials for small groups. I didn’t even mention the great resources associated with Serendipity and Navigators … small group material is available everywhere. 

Last updated by James Nored Sep 2, 2010.

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