Romans is arguably the most important epistle in the New Testament. Often referred to as Paul’s masterpiece, it unpacks some of Paul’s most important teachings and unpacks many of his greatest contributions to our faith. The letter can also be confusing to readers, which is why it is often ignored. Paul's Epistle to the Romans changed the world and its words continue to speak powerfully to us today.
As a small group, you can examine five essential spiritual practices rooted in Jesus’ own walk with God: Worship, Study, Serve, Give and Share. Each practice is part of our daily walk with Christ and is an essential part of growing together as a community. This book was written by our Senior Pastor, Adam Hamilton.
We want our leaders to feel equipped to lead! Find resources here about managing group dynamics, guiding your group to common expectations, leading a small group online, and more.
Start with the Small Group Member Agreement, which you can find here. If your group is in the middle of a curriculum, make sure to send them a link to it or have a copy ready for them. It might feel awkward for them to have to share a book with someone they don’t know yet.
Hey there, [FIRST NAME]!
Thank you for your interest in our small group. I would love to find some time to meet with you and tell you more about our group and see if it seems like a good fit for you. Would you be available to meet for about 30 minutes at the Spring Café in Building B at Resurrection Leawood on [DATE & TIME]? This will be a good opportunity for you to ask any questions about the group and hear what we are doing.
I look forward to hearing from you and seeing if our small group would be a good fit!