How to lead a GIG

Jesus challenged the religious types of his day by showing them that God is not as concerned with keeping rules as he is with transforming lives through relationship with him. (John 9:1-41)
Religion Versus Relationship: A GIG Study in John 9:1-41
Veteran GIG leaders can tell you there are a few tricks of the trade when it comes to leading a Bible study with seekers and skeptics. How much should the leader talk? What kinds of questions work best? Should you pray? Read on for three helpful pointers.
Jesus uses his last moments with his disciples to give them a powerful example of what he came to do: serve them and clean them, even as they prepare to betray him. (John 13:1-17)
Jesus the Servant King: A GIG Study in John 13:1-17
The disciples get who Jesus is, but miss what that means. While Jesus is the Messiah, that doesn’t mean a life of earthly triumph. Instead, it means a life of sacrifice and self‐denial. It’s only through “losing" our lives that we truly “save" them as Jesus’ disciples. (Mark 8:27-9:1)
Who Do You Think Jesus Is? A GIG Study in Mark 8:27-9:1
Your enthusiasm after a mountain-top event like Urbana can be fertile ground for starting a GIG back on campus. Here are five pointers for sharing your Urbana experience and inviting friends back home to join your GIG.
Urbana plus GIGs equals love
Committed to leading a GIG, but don't have anyone else in it but yourself just yet? Here's a 5-day plan to finding and inviting people to join your study.
There's more to leading a GIG than the 30- to 60-minute discussions you facilitate about a Scripture passage. This 8-step guide will help you introduce your friends to Jesus by thoughtfully considering the whole GIG process: before, during, and after.
How many of these 10 tips are you putting into practice in the GIGs you lead? Grow as a leader and bless the members of your GIG by adding some or all of these recommendations to your GIGs.
Top ten elements of a great GIG