At the beginning of this series, David Francis introduced our blog to what would be 100 daily posts that provoke conversations about little things all of us can do to make our groups better. These were not game changers or radical transformations of teaching methods. These were small changes that could lead to minor course corrections in the direction of your group. Most of them were not new ideas but simply reminders of things that need to be done.
We want to reflect back to the first post in this series, David Francis’ introductory article on August 1 of this year.
Sunday School is a system. It’s a bunch of things—big and small—that make a Sunday School excellent instead of mediocre. Each relates to another and that to another and so on and so on. So what if every little thing you improved resulted in just one more person coming to Sunday School, coming back to Sunday School, enrolling in Sunday School, attending regularly in Sunday School, serving in Sunday School, and inviting another to Sunday School? Each of the 100 ideas you’ll read about in the next several weeks may seem inconsequential taken alone. But put 50 or 60 or 70 or 80 into practice and see what happens!
So, here we are. 100 articles later. You now have 100 ideas from which you can draw for solutions to little roadblocks you may face while leading your group. Come back to this site often and refer back to these posts when you seeking answers. We are here for you and will continue to be here with fresh insight and ideas to strengthen your group ministry.
The contributors of this blog will continue to add posts–only not as frequently as every day. When a good idea comes to mind, we will share it here with you, the leaders of the movement. Stay connected with us on Twitter and Facebook. Thank you for joining us on this journey of discovery. Keep making #SmallChanges that will grow your groups and help make disciples.