Group Training

Moving Out and Moving In

Originally posted by Alan Hirsch at 100movements.com Last week I suggested that the idea of incarnational mission is grounded in the being and purposes of God demonstrated in Jesus’ life,… read more →

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Everyday Discipleship Pt. 2

JESUS ALONG THE WAY A few years ago I committed to slowly read through the Gospel of Luke. The ideas I took away from a year with Jesus still influence… read more →

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Everyday Discipleship Pt. 1

Disciple is a word you’ve likely heard while reading your Bible or at a Sunday church gathering. But what exactly does the word mean? Broadly speaking, a disciple is simply… read more →

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What Are DNAs?

As I meet with different people each week, it becomes more and more obvious that we all want the same thing — to know God and to be known. Our… read more →

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Groups and Kids Pt. 2

At Reach we are all about Groups, which we define as families on the mission of God. In other words, they are smaller families of people rooted in the gospel,… read more →

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Groups and Kids Pt. 1

At Reach we are all about Groups, which we define as families on the mission of God. In other words, they are smaller families of people rooted in the gospel,… read more →

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The Suburban Need

I’m currently sitting on a couch in a suburban neighborhood called Bridle Trails. It’s beautiful — lots of tall pine trees, blackberry bushes, apple trees and even some small vineyards.… read more →

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What is a Group?

At Reach we gather throughout the week in Groups. My guess is that you’ve heard about them, and may even be in one, and yet for many the purpose of… read more →

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Be Known: Where Everybody Knows Your Name

I’m sitting in a cafe in the center of downtown Kirkland on a Wednesday afternoon. I have a window seat, which means I get to people watch, but most of… read more →

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Resetting Your Group

Community has its ebbs and flows. Things like family vacations, new jobs, new babies, and summers seem to reorient the flow of community and cause us to hit the pause… read more →

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