When we engage with the Bible in small groups, we inevitably begin to look at issues of faith and the Church. Finding good resources to do that can be a challenge. Small groups that study the Bible can utilise an array of resources and one terrific place to bookmark is here online at Westminster Faith Debates.
The website says...
The Westminster Faith Debates bring together leading academics and public figures to debate the latest research on religion and values, each year exploring a different theme. Initially held in central London every spring, the Faith Debates also travel out into the UK to engage with new audiences and issues. The debates are open to the public and free of charge.
The Debates were founded and are organised by Charles Clarke and Linda Woodhead.
Charles was Education Secretary and Home Secretary in the last UK Labour government.
Linda is Professor of Sociology of Religion at Lancaster University.
To give you an example, here's one small part of the section on Religion and Personal life...
The material uses experts in each field and would give groups great meat to sink their teeth into for discussion.