Small groups are built on the premise that “we” is better than “me.” From time to time, it’s helpful to take a few moments and ask, “How are we doing?” as a group. We’d like for you to spend 15–20 minutes at the start of your next group to share your thoughts on how your group is doing. This is a chance to share what’s working well, and to discuss opportunities for your group to experience more together.
To guide your conversation, we’ve taken content from Part 3 of the Out of the Shallows message series by Jamey Dickens. If your group members have not listened to this message, it will be helpful for them to do so before your group conversation.