Explore this list of valuable resources to find a tool that may be the perfect fit for your group's needs. Each title in the list links to a PDF that you may download and print.
Challenges in Your Group
Closure & What's Next
Guidelines, Formats, Checklists
Healthy Group Dynamics
Inviting People into Your Group
1-Sheet Bible Discussions
Bible Conversation Cards
Bible Study Discussion Guides
Thanksgiving Discussions (1-session each)
Gratitude (Psalm 103)
Thankfulness (Philippians 4:6-8)
Christmas Party & Discussions (1-session each)
A Christmas Party . . . about Christmas!
This resource is a practical how-to for hosting a holiday party that includes a discussion centered on Christmas. Invite neighbors, co-workers, and friends of different spiritual backgrounds to enjoy a time of sharing and getting to know each other. This might even pave the way for launching a Q Place group in January.
The Cost of Christmas
Explores the cost of Christmas for Mary, Joseph, the wise men, and Jesus himself.
For groups that are brand new to the Bible.
Empty or Full?
Compares the Old Testament character Ruth with Mary, the mother of Jesus.
Works well for groups with some Bible experience.
The Greatest Gift
Focuses on the gift that God gave to us in Christ. It incorporates the events of Jesus’ birth, a study of the gifts brought by the wise men to him, and time to consider our response to God's gift.
A good fit for groups with some Bible experience.
Who Is this Child?
Invites participants to explore the full identity of this baby born in Bethlehem, from an ancient prophecy of the Messiah, to dramatic birth announcements given by angels.
Recommended for groups with some Bible experience.