This Bible study Small Groups site was designed with the future looking pastor and church in mind.
Over a dozen cutting edge resources available:
Dr. Slamp's newest book, Radical Small Groups: Reshaping Community to Accelerate Life Change, is among them.
Includes seminars from one hour to five hours.
On topics including Sunday School, Bible study small groups, spiritual formation, leadership, and even women's ministries.
Here you will find future-focused inventive Bible study small group ideas packaged for you to easily adapt and use in any church from 50 to 500 and more!
The spiritual formation resources and every seminar will give you proven suggestions for implementation, and step-by-step plans to improve your leadership and create time-tested systems to reach and incorporate new people.
Introducing Dave Slamp...
Dr. Slamp has over 20 years experience as senior pastor and 16 years as Small Groups and Discipleship Pastor. He has served congregations from 50 to 2,200 in attendance, and taught in two Christian universities. Most recently, he authored, Radical Small Groups, Reshaping Community to Accelerate Life Change, and has trained more than 2,200 church leaders throughout 12 countries in Africa.
National presenter for Serendipity House,
Authored a half dozen books and small group resources.
Specialty: Creating dynamic small groups along side adult Sunday schools in the local church.
Created the CareRings small group system linking Sunday school with small groups.
Dr. Slamp speaks regularly for the Northwest Ministry Conference and has keynoted for regional Sunday school conventions in New York, California, Kansas, Washington, and Kentucky. He is married to author and speaker, Kathy Slamp of Vessel Ministries. They have a grown daughter who lives in New York City and a married son in Vancouver, Washington. They have two grandsons.
Dr. David A. Slamp -- 5713 NE 62nd Cir, Vancouver, WA 98661. Cell: 541.944.9497 - email@example.com
Bible Study and Creative Resources for Your Sunday School, and Small Group Ministry !