We often watch TV in isolation—and purely for entertainment. But what if there were a way to use TV to bring people together instead?
Faithlife TV offers an array of small group studies that turn your TV into a tool for facilitating discussions about important topics.
From women’s studies to theological conversations to marriage preparation and more, these five resources will help you connect with family, friends, or a church group.
I’d Like You More if You Were More Like Me
Sometimes true connection with others can seem an unreachable ideal—but it doesn’t have to be. In this six-part video series, John Ortberg challenges viewers to find connections in even the most ordinary interactions. With access to additional online content, small groups will find encouragement and practical ideas through Ortberg’s friendly invitation to go deeper in relationships.
The God of the universe loves us with a radical, unconditional, self-sacrificing love. How will you respond? Author and pastor Francis Chan shares the truth that God is calling you to a passionate love relationship with himself. The Crazy Love video series contains thought-provoking teachings to spark discussion, interaction, and practical application with small groups, churches, and youth groups.
Watch Crazy Love.
The Sacred Search
Bestselling author Gary Thomas tackles the topic of love and dating by asking the question: What if it’s not about who you marry, but why? Sacred Search is a video-driven Bible study for small groups of single, dating, or engaged people, helping them dig deep into the ultimate purpose of marriage.
Watch The Sacred Search.
Wait and See
Every woman struggles with times of waiting—whether for a spouse, a child, or a job. In Wait and See, Wendy Pope guides viewers to focus on the person of their faith rather than the object of their wait. In this ideal resource for women’s study groups, Pope explores the life of King David and shows how God can transform a difficult season of waiting into a sweet season with God.
Watch Wait and See.
This Invitational Life
Inviting people to meet Christ requires leaning into your own story, overcoming fear, and stepping out. Using Scripture and narrative, Steve Carter casts a vision for nonthreatening conversations that point people to Christ. This series provides a prime opportunity for your community to support and encourage one another in sharing the good news with others.
Watch This Invitational Life.