I host and lead a weekly small group of people every Thursday night. We’re currently going through Donald Miller’s “Storyline” curriculum (which is amazing by the way, if you haven’t had the chance to check it out.).
The group of people that attend range from sophomores in college, professional twentysomethings, and a 47 year old who all share the same passion. Each one of us wants to create a better story for our lives. You may wonder why my small group is so amazing.
Is it because of the curriculum?
Is it because I live in a rad crib and everyone is in love with my decorating skills?
Is it the snacks that I provide?
Click the jump to find out 5 practical steps that have made my small group amazing.
2. Handwritten Notes.
Food connects us.
4. Connecting outside of weekly meetings
5. Inviting them to be a part of a bigger story.
People want to be a part of something bigger.