Suggested Small Group Studies

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Periodically I put together a list of recommended books for my church’s small groups to study. I do this not to prohibit our small group leaders (a.k.a., Navigators) from using other resources, but simply to inform them of helpful studies they might not have thought about otherwise. I also do it because rarely a week goes by where someone doesn’t ask me about a particular study for their group. Because I have had several churches ask for this document, I thought I might post it here for the benefit of others.

There is no question there will be more quality studies left off the list than are on it (so I apologize in advance), but this is merely a starting place for our groups. You will also notice our framework of spiritual formation called the 7G’s. These are the general areas of spiritual growth we emphasize for our people. I have recommended studies for each G, studies for more specific areas within those G’s (graded as well) and a list of Bible book studies.

Hope this can be a helpful resource for you: CCCC Recommended Studies 2010

Yancey Arrington
Dr. Yancey C. Arrington is an eighth generation Texan, Acts 29 Network and Houston Church Planting Network fan, and Teaching Pastor at Clear Creek Community Church in the Bay Area of Houston. He is also author of Preaching That Moves People and TAP: Defeating the Sins That Defeat You, and periodically writes for Acts 29 and The Gospel Coalition.

3 thoughts on “Suggested Small Group Studies”

  1. Yancey, this list is great! The hardest part of picking a book or study is knowing whether or not it’ll be a good study (as in: not off topic, over our heads or doctrinally ‘weird’).

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