Tag Archives: Small Groups

Share Your Shame Stories – Just Not With Everyone

I’m not telling any secrets when I say that my mom can’t keep any secrets.  One our favorite family stories is about the time that she had a somewhat embarrassing medical issue, and upon its discovery she told us, “I … Continue reading

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The Clock of the World (theology of social witness post 1)

For the next few months, I will be participating in a small group of UU ministers across the country who will be reflecting on the theological grounding of our work for social change and our ministry of social witness.  The … Continue reading

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A Church of Small Groups

“There are two primary types of churches – churches with small groups and churches of small groups.  Here’s the difference: A church with small groups offers its attendees a buffet of ministry options to choose from….Small groups are just one … Continue reading

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