Church Small Group Curriculums

I’m excited to highlight several Christian small group Bible studies that you might want to consider.  It was VERY hard for me to narrow down this list.  Note: I have not done all these studies, so after I link them here, feel free to check them out on Amazon or Christianbook and ask around.  I don’t want to be responsible for referring you to a small group curriculum you dislike.  🙂  Each of these studies has a different style, tone, and purpose, so research well.  But I hope this list will help you get started!    

Beth Moore:
Ladies, you must do a Beth Moore study.  MUST.  Don’t discredit it because ‘everyone does Beth Moore.’  There’s a reason so many people love Beth’s small group studies and that is because she is a TEACHER of the WORD.  Here are a few of my favorites:
Breaking Free
David, A Heart Like His
James, Mercy Triumphs
Daniel, Lives of Integrity, Words of Prophecy
Believing God, Experiencing a Fresh Explosion of Faith

Experiencing God
A classic.  Bookguy and I did this study together when we were dating.  🙂

Radical and Follow Me, David Platt

Attributes of God, A.W. Tozer

Wild at Heart and Captivating, John and Stasi Eldredge

Wonderstruck, Margaret Feinberg
{Ferebee, hook a BFF’s wife up, please?}

Seven, Jen Hatmaker

God is Closer Than You Think, John Ortberg

Jonah, Navigating a Life Interrupted, Priscilla Shirer

Knowing God, J.I. Packer

Forgotten God, Francis Chan

Unglued, Lysa TuerKeurst

Lord I Want To Know You, Kay Arthur

STUCK and CHASE, by Jennie Allen

Circlemaker, Mark Batterson

Not a Fan, Kyle Idelman

The Christian Athiest, Craig Groeschel

Sacred Marriage, Gary Thomas



Also, I just want to say, in some cases above I have linked to the participant’s guide and others a “kit” or video. Each small group study is packaged in a different way.  Some of them you might need a leaders guide, or you might need a DVD curriculum that goes with the participant’s guide or what not.  So be sure to consider the entire package of what you need should you use on of these studies.  And please, let me know what you think or if there are others out there I should check out!