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Biggest give away yet

We’ve got a really cool opportunity this week on the blog. The guys from Only144.com , a website dedicated to helping the church save money on good resources, have a pretty awesome deal going on later this week. Only144.com is a new company similar to GROUPON but for churches. They are working really hard to work out epic one time only sales to really help church and ministries on limited budgets. 

On July 29th they are launching a sale on some really strong small group materials including Matt Chandler’s Philippians study, Mark Discoll’s Love Life study, and Tommy Nelson’s Song of Solomon study. Great materials at even greater discounts.

The Give Away
The team at Only144.com has asked me to hold a give away here on the blog between right now and noon July 28th. The winner gets all three of the above studies…FREE. That is $600 worth of small group studies…free. Listen, that is no joke. A year’s worth of top flight small group material for free. Small Group Pastors, you need to get in on this. Group leaders, get in on this. To Enter, DO BOTH OF THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Tweet or Facebook the following: “$600 worth of the best current small group material for FREE. http://tinyurl.com/3mkqp8h”
    1. In your tweet, mention me using @spenceshelton or in your facebook status be sure to include my name at the end. This is so I can find your post and include you in the drawing.
  2. In the comment section below tell me your favorite small group curriculum series and why. Also leave your preferred means of contact.

On Thursday at 11am I will hold a drawing for all of those who have entered and will post the winner at that time. Listen, I doubt 400 people are going to enter this so the odds of you winning are actually pretty good. Go for it!


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  1. Lauren Dyson
    July 25, 2011 at 7:19 am

    My favorite small group curriculum is “Why Small Groups”. We did it as our first small group curriculum, and it really set us up to be a great small group. It helped us to be more open and close with each other.

  2. July 25, 2011 at 8:16 am

    Our favorite small group curriculum thus far was “Crazy Love” by Francis Chan. Challenged us to re-evaluate our concept of interacting with a holy God and inspired up to take his commands for community outreach more seriously.

  3. July 25, 2011 at 8:41 am

    One of my all time favorites is still Crazy Love by Francis Chan. It’s simple, it’s challengeing, it compliments the book without being a straight rehash. I’m still a Chan fan, I must say, 🙂

    Thanks for sharing Spence! We appreciate it.

    Email at adam@watersedgegathering.com is probably best. Or @adam_e_parker

  4. Dan Brubacher
    July 25, 2011 at 4:49 pm

    I have really enjoyed several James MacDonald DVD series like “Downpour,” “When Life Is Hard,” and “Gripped by the Greatness of God.” Other favourites include stuff by Andy Stanley, Rick Warren, and John Ortberg. I am also a big fan of sermon-based curriculum.

    I can be reached via email (dan [at] westpark.on.ca) or twitter (@danbrubacher).

  5. July 25, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    I enjoy Saddleback’s “Doing Life Together” small group curriculum. I have used it in a number of groups, good video content and good discussion generator.

  6. July 26, 2011 at 9:00 am

    Spence my favorite Small Group curriculum has been Tim Keller’s Romans Study. It is fantastic!

  7. July 27, 2011 at 6:44 am

    Missional Small Groups by Scott Boren is not boring at all. It is very practical and encourages following the lead of the Holy Spirit in developing the relationships that disciple each other. Tweet me Spence! @jackclayton21

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