5 Ways to Celebrate the End of Your Small Group

To have an end, something must have a beginning. Seems elementary, yet often the beginning of moments are forgotten while the end of moments are capitalized upon. As small-group leaders, it is important for us to focus on the beginning of our groups to know the joy in ending them. For a season, you have helped members grow spiritually and personally while offering them a variety of tools that will enable them to continue to grow. It is now time to celebrate the opportunities you and your group have had for spiritual and personal growth. In the free article Celebrate the End author Peri Gilbert offers several activities designed to create an atmosphere of celebration so that you enjoy the end by remembering the beginning. Also this week: Take a break and have a listen to Mindy Caliguire discuss the importance of caring for your soul in this episode of the Transforming Discipleship podcast.

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