I’ve gone to church a long time and inevitably am asked to join a small group. I’ve tried them. They’re awkward. There’s always a moment where I’m supposed to fill in the blank of a study guide like a third grader, or tell someone I met five minutes ago about my father wounds. That’s why I created this these disussion guides.
Here’s how it works...
1.Find guys to hang with
2.Choose a guide below
(for best results, each guy should also have a copy of WE STOOD UPON STARS)
This pairing is perfect for those early morning groups, where no one can answer a question intelligibly until a first drink. You’ll learn more about the origins and complexities of our favorite morning beverage while also being guided through important topics from Roger’s latest book.
Are you stuck in a carne asada rut? Are you afraid to order anything else because it might be cow tongue? This delicious pairing will give you serious taco-shack confidence as it educates on various taco meats while also guiding through important topics from Roger’s latest book.
Ever wonder where IPA’s got their start? Or which beer is best while driving a lawnmower? This pairing will answer those questions (and more!) while guiding through meaningful discussion topics from Roger’s latest book.
Nothing is harder for church leaders than finding small group material guys actually like. Roger's guides connects with real guys, and then helps them connect with each other. I couldn’t recommend it more highly!
After only a couple sessions, guys felt like they knew each other for years. By far the simplest and most effective group discussion guide I’ve used.
Pastor, Nueu Ventura
Roger’s group guides are the perfect way to get guys hanging out who may not otherwise ever get to know each other. It’s a great tool for churches or other men’s groups.
owner of Garman’s Pub and host of the annual Naci Men’s Getaway