5 Simple Ways to Find Young Disciples for Your Kids or Tween Life Group!

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5 Simple Ways to Find Young Disciples for Your Kids or Tween Life Group!

Are you on a mission to spread the love of God and disciple young hearts through the Bible? Well, we've got some great tips to help you round up a crew of eager young minds for your Christian discipleship Life Group. Let's dive in!

 

1. Reach Out to Your Community

Start close to home! Tell friends, family, and neighbors about your new discipleship Life Group Bible study for kids. Word of mouth is a powerful tool, and you might be surprised at how many families are looking for ways to help their kids grow deeper in God’s Word. 

 

2. Create Inviting Materials

Craft simple and eye-catching invitations, flyers or posters. Use friendly language and include colorful images to let families know about your new Life Group Bible study. Distribute these in places where parents are likely to see them, like community centers, libraries, or local businesses. Get free materials below!

 

3. Connect with Local Schools and Churches

Contact schools or churches and ask if you can share information about your group through invitations & flyers, a sign-up table in the lobby, or announcements. Many families are eager to provide their children with opportunities for spiritual growth.

 

4. Leverage Social Media

In today's digital age, social media is a great way to spread the word about your upcoming Life Group! Post a flyer in Christian community groups on platforms like Facebook or Instagram. Be sure to include contact information for interested parents.

 

5. Partner with Other Christian Groups or Organizations

Collaboration can be a game-changer! Join forces with local churches, youth groups, homeschool co-ops, or community organizations. They might have connections or resources to help you grow your Life Group.

  

BONUS: Host an Informational Meeting for the Parents

Parents need to understand the level of commitment you expect before they agree to let their kids join. Host an Informational Meeting for parents, highlighting the benefits of your discipleship Life Group Bible and how it can complement their child's spiritual growth. Be sure to discuss your mission, beliefs, goals, meeting times, curriculum, volunteer needs, parent expectations, etc. Get free resources to help organize your Informational Meeting HERE.

 

Conclusion

You're on your way to creating a vibrant discipleship and Bible study Life Group! Remember, it's all about creating a warm and safe space where kids can grow their faith with joy and excitement. That’s why it is important to form your Life Group through a church or reputable Christian organization so that liabilities, insurance, and proper vetting can be taken care of under their leadership. Keep your group small with no more than about 10 kids plus 2 unrelated adult leaders. 

With a little effort and a lot of love, you'll watch your group grow in no time. Happy gathering, and may God bless your journey!

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