NEWLIFE Resources

NEWLIFE Group Resources

Below you will find a variety of resources for both NEWLIFE group leaders and participants. Tips to get started, where to go once you finish your first study, ways to expand your group, suggestions for further studies, and more. Find everything you'll need to get your NEWLIFE group started and keep it going.
If you are new to small groups, this is for you! More than likely, God has already been stirring your heart about making disciples in Biblical community or maybe He has called you to simply come alongside those who already are…whatever the case may be–God has awesome things in store for you with this endeavor! Read through the articles below to start, launch, grow and multiply your small group. Find resources for icebreakers, sample curriculum, prayer journals, and more. Even stay connected by signing up for the Small Group Churches newsletter. Find out more.
Congratulations! You have responded to the call to invest in your spiritual growth by helping develop community for yourself and others in an atmosphere of mutual discipleship. There are roles in the family of God that surpasses the contribution you will be making in the kingdom and in the lives of your group. As you prepare to lead, one session or an entire series, here are a few thoughts to keep in mind. We also recommend reading "The Inductive Method of Bible Study" by Kay Arthur. This article will help guide you in your discussions.
If you're looking for a study, take a look at our recommended list of studies, broken down into categories. We have studies for missional living, marriage studies, women's studies, as well as studies by John Ortberg and Rick Warren.

We also have studies that have been used in NEWLIFE groups here at Memorial Park that have been highly recommended. Click on the topic of interest to download the guide.
 

LifeChange Series


Looking for resources to study a particular book of the bible? Check out the LifeChange Series in the Memorial Park Church Library.
 

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