3 Small Group Studies for Busy Leaders

Leading a small group is a big deal. You’re responsible for facilitating conversation around the most important important matters in life—like faith, God, Scripture, and the gospel. 

Yet you probably have other important responsibilities in your life that demand time and attention, like your family and your job. 

So with only so much time, it’s helpful to turn to solid small group studies—like David C. Cook small group leader kits. Each leader study kit includes everything you need for an incredible small group study, including:

  • Books
  • Study guides
  • Video teaching 

Right now, you can get David C. Cook leader kits for under $40. Choose from these highlights and more:  

Forensic Faith, by J. Warner Wallace 

Forensic Faith by J. Warner Wallace is a particularly interesting study from the collection. As a cold-case homicide detective, J. Warner Wallace uses real-life detective stories, fascinating strategies, and biblical insights to teach others cold-case investigative disciplines they can apply to their Christian faith. 

The late apologist Dr. Norm Geisler, former chancellor of Veritas Evangelical Seminary, said of Wallace: 

Few professions better prepare a person to follow the evidence than being a detective.  And few detectives are better prepared Christians to be apologists than J. Warner Wallace. This book is a classic in how to be a more effective defender of the Christian faith. I highly recommend it for every Christian, even for those who have given no thought to being an apologist.

This Invitational Life, by Steve Carter

Inviting others to faith requires leaning in to your own story, overcoming fear, and stepping out. But the good news is for everyone, always. And you can help keep it going.

In This Invitational Life,  Carter casts a vision for non-threatening conversations that point people to Christ. Most significantly, Steve shows that only through risking it all will we discover what God is truly like.

Poets and Saints, by Jamie George

In Poets and Saints, Jamie George takes readers from a pub in Oxford to a cathedral in the Italian hills to a rooftop in Switzerland and beyond as he offers insight into the minds and hearts of Christians such as John Newton, C. S. Lewis, and Saint Therese.

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Leading your small group is easier, but still profound, with tools from David C. Cook study kits. Time-saving videos, books, and study guides point the way to a greater understanding of Scripture—leaving your group even more time for contemplation.

Shop the kits now.

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