Choose Curriculum for your Circle

We want to help your circle connect over content that is relatable and delivers a timely message that God wants your community to hear. Explore this library for inspiration before meeting with our team to select message series for your group.

New Testament

Parables: Wisdom from Jesus

4-part Series

Jesus was the greatest story teller to ever live. He rarely responded to questions with direct answers that would be difficult to understand. Instead, He would tell relatable stories that helped people understand complex principles. Simply put, a parable is a basic story that explains a spiritual truth. Join us in studying a few of the most well-known parables to learn important lessons from Jesus himself.
Jesus: Radical Love

3-part Series

The love of Jesus is radical. He pushes past personality types, personal opinions, and even prejudice. Jesus loves people that culture turns their backs on. This includes the marginalized, disenfranchised, and ostracized. Jesus loves them. Jesus died for them. Jesus pursues them.  In this series, we will study three stories that exemplify the radical love of Jesus and learn how to apply the same lens of love to our own lives.
James: Integrity

4-part Series

Your well-being will rise and fall on your integrity. It’ll be the source of your success and the spark of your setbacks. So, what is integrity? And how do we develop into people of integrity? James, the brother of Jesus, used his platform to teach about faith in action. We’re going to look at the short & practical lessons he shares that give us the keys to living a life of integrity.
Stormy Seas

2-part Series

What do you do when you’re in a transitional phase of life? You are thinking about how great life will be once you get to your next chapter — once you find the right horse, find the right person, find the right job, find the right situation. What does God call you to do in the meantime? Join us in studying stories from two storms from the New Testament to learn more.
Colossians: Made New

3-part Series

Your life changes the second you become a Christian. By accepting Jesus as your Savior, you become part of the family of God. Your eternity looks different because you will now get to spend forever in Heaven with Jesus when your time on earth ends. Accepting Jesus is the most important decision of your life, which is why people spend so much time talking about it. But it’s important to realize that becoming a Christian is just the beginning of your faith journey. This series on Colossians explores our next steps to growing closer to Christ.
Ephesians

3-part Series

The book of Ephesians is a letter that was written by the apostle Paul to Greeks living in a thriving city called Ephesus. The Ephesians worshiped Greek gods and made sacrifices to ask them for physical blessings like rainfall, beauty, and wealth. However, Paul introduced the people to Jesus. For the first time, the Ephesians learned about the true God whose glory wasn’t found in material items, but in the spiritual realms. He wanted his audience to know that Jesus was the one true God and that he reigned supreme. But he didn’t leave it there. He also examined how that truth would change their lives.

Old Testament

Jonah

4-part Series

The story of Jonah is a relatable story about a prophet who tried to run away from God. God gave Jonah clear direction in life, but Jonah sailed away on a boat that was headed in the opposite direction. Thankfully, God gave Jonah another chance to redirect his life towards all that He had in store for him. Join us over the next 3 weeks as we study Jonah's journey back to God to learn how we can find the path that God wants for each of us in our own lives.
Joseph

3-part Series

Sometimes life lets you down. Whether it's an unmet expectation, rejection, conflict, or a nonexistent social life, we have all faced the discouragement that happens when life doesn’t live up to our expectations. Joseph exemplified what it looks like to overcome disappointment. As we study the story of Joseph, we will learn how God can bring something awesome out of awful circumstances.
Proverbs: The Power of Words

4-part Series

I’ve heard it said, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” This cliché statement is catchy, but it isn’t true. Sticks and stones can break bones, but words can break hearts. Your words have power. Let's study the Book of Proverbs to learn how we can use our words for good.
Song of Solomon

4-part Series

In this small group Bible study on Song of Solomon, we get to peek into an ancient conversation between two starstruck lovers who recently tied the knot in marriage. These lovey-dovey messages appear in an Old Testament book called “Song of Solomon.” It chronicles the romantic exchange between Solomon and his new bride. I believe God wanted Song of Solomon in the Bible to remind us that romance is good, that it’s God’s design, and He desires His people to experience the life-changing blessing of a healthy relationship. Together, we are going to explore modern lessons from ancient love letters.
Song of Solomon

4-part Series

In film and theater, sidekicks fall into a broader category called supporting roles. Simply put, they support the main character without stealing the spotlight. Whether they provide guidance, grant wishes, or offer comedic relief, supporting roles are pivotal to the plot. They quietly move the storyline forward. Their parts may be small, but their positions are significant.  There are supporting characters in the Bible who have played significant roles in God’s plans but rarely get any recognition. In this 4-part Bible study series, we will examine four minor Biblical characters (Hur, Jethro, Jabez, and Jehoshaphat) who made a major difference.
Daniel

3-part Series

Daniel, a well-known prophet, shines as an example of being fearless when everything seems hopeless. On every page of Daniel’s story, we meet a man who lived a life in conflict. Daniel faces challenges, sabotage, and interrogations through every step of his journey. When circumstances look grim, Daniel stands his ground like a lighthouse in a storm. His story shows us what it looks like to live boldly when facing adversity.
Hosea

3-part Series

The book of Hosea tells a love story unlike anything you’ve ever heard before. It’s the story of God telling a prophet to marry a prostitute. Yes, you read that right. This is not the setup for an inappropriate joke; this is scripture. Hosea was called to paint a picture of God’s relationship with His people by marrying an unfaithful bride. Hosea represents God, while we represent the unfaithful spouse. I know it’s not an ideal characterization, but it’s true. This love story is our love story. It’s about the divine, but sometimes dysfunctional, relationship we have with God. We are prone to wander, but God pursues us. We become irrational, but God stays steady. We try to run from God, but his grace always catches up.
Lamentations: The Struggle is Real

3-part Series

Have you ever felt like your whole world was falling apart right in front of your eyes? Sometimes life feels like a battle, and you feel like you’re losing. This was the experience of someone in the Old Testament named Jeremiah. He was a prophet to the nation of Israel during one of the most difficult events in their history — the first destruction of Jerusalem. During Jerusalem’s destruction and Jeremiah’s breakdown, he wrote the book of Lamentations. Lamentations is an invitation for us to ask, “How could God let something like this happen?” This Bible study will help us learn how to lean on God through overwhelming difficulties and struggles.
Judges: Vicious Cycles

4-part Series

Judges tells the story of Israel's downfall after turning away from God. This dystopian book paints a picture of twelve judges during Israel's dark ages. The nation had no moral compass, weak leadership, and found itself in constant war. That's why various "judges" stepped up in an attempt to lead. This 4-part series explores the story of the judges so we can see what caused their downfall and learn how to avoid those same pitfalls in our lives.

Topical

Spiritual Discipline: Momentum Matters (Phase 1)

3-part Series

Momentum makes a massive impact. You see it in sports, fitness, and your career path. There is momentum in your spiritual life as well. With every decision you make, you are creating either positive or negative momentum. Every big victory starts with small wins. In this series, we are challenging you to commit to three spiritual disciplines every day: prayer, reading the Bible, and community. 
Spiritual Warfare

4-part Series

Spiritual warfare is real, but it doesn’t look like the movies. It looks like temptation, discouragement, and false accusations. There is an invisible battle going on around us. Every day, we are waging a spiritual war with an enemy that is scheming against us. Join us as we learn how to suit up for battle and prepare our minds to defeat the darkness.
Advent

2-part Series

When we think of the Christmas story, our minds go straight to baby Jesus in a manger surrounded by livestock. Yes, that is a major part of it. However, this series encourages us to reflect on something else — the waiting that led up to Jesus’ miraculous birth.
New Year: Rooted

Standalone Message

By studying Psalm 1, we can learn how we to position ourselves to prosper this year.
Thanksgiving

2-part Series

Gratitude will change your entire attitude. Paul learned that he could find joy in the Lord in both the good times and the bad. Since Paul’s joy comes from God in his heart, it is not dependent on what happens to him or his environment. Like Paul, you can also choose joy. No matter what is going on in life, you can strive to have the same joyful mindset and heart as Paul.
Christmas: The Family Tree of Jesus

2-part Series

 Because he was writing to a Jewish audience, Matthew kicked off the Christmas story with a genealogy. He tediously traced the family lineage of Jesus as far back as he could. Every line reveals a powerful truth — God has been up to something big from the very beginning. Matthew went through all the work of researching and writing this section to show us that Jesus came from a dysfunctional family. While it sounds surprising, we can find hope in that. 
The Holy Spirit

4-part Series

Sometimes I worry that we treat the Holy Spirit like my mom treats her china. Sure, we have read about the Holy Spirit, but that doesn’t change our daily routines very much. Our awareness doesn’t really alter our actions. We imagine the Spirit just sits on a shelf in our hearts, ready for us to dust Him off when we need Him. The Holy Spirit is the most misunderstood and forgotten member of the Trinity. So, let’s explore the glory hiding within the mystery. 
Doubt Your Doubts

4-part Series

Doubt, within itself, isn’t a bad sign. It’s often a great one. It means that you are thinking for yourself, wrestling with your beliefs, and taking ownership of your faith. People don’t abandon faith because of doubt. They leave because they never took true ownership of their faith. While doubt seems dangerous, it can be significant. It is often the first step to wisdom, growth, and understanding. Doubt, when properly approached, can lead us to deeper faith.
Easter: The King Has Come

3-part Series

We understand what the resurrection means theologically, but what does it mean personally? The story of the resurrection isn’t just about Jesus, it’s about you too. In this message series, we will unpack the how the greatest miracle of all time changed both the world and your life.
Spiritual Discipline: Holy Habits (Phase 2)

4-part Series

We often contextualize habits in the category of health. We think of resolutions like cutting out sugar, running a 5k, lifting weights, or achieving a six pack. Of course, these things are good, but they’re not the only habits we should intentionally foster.  In this study, we are going to examine some Holy Habits. Just like healthy habits are good for our bodies, holy habits are good for our minds, emotions, and spirit.
Priorities

4-part Series

This 4-part Bible study on priorities will help you recognize what you prioritize in their lives, then teach you how to prioritize what’s most important. The hours in your day are the currency of your life. It’s uncomfortably easy to put off today what we could do tomorrow, but then tomorrow comes, and we put it off again. Ultimately, this starts an overwhelming cycle. Procrastination prevents you from doing the things that really matter. So how do we stop procrastinating and plug into our greater purpose?
When Anxiety Attacks

3-part Series

Using the magic of your imagination, anxiety can make your heart race and your palms sweat. It transforms simple tasks into mammoth responsibilities. It encourages us to put off responsibility for months until even starting the task seems impossible. Sometimes it makes us lie awake all night thinking about past mistakes or the worst-case scenario for the future. Anxiety rears its ugly head when we face stress, conflict within personal relationships, pain from past experiences, fear about a future event, or even just a general sense of uncertainty. We know how it starts, but how do we make it stop?