Hello, all. So here's the situation. I'm one of the pastors at a small, new-ish church start that began partly to reach those who would not normally go to a traditional church. We meet at a local community college, and God has been opening plenty of doors in the school and in the community around us. The college in which we host our services is mostly commuter-based, and is not a strong college ministry presence in the area. We started a Sunday night meeting called "The Underground" a year-and-a-half ago, which was designed to be a Bible study/discussion group for people of all beliefs, faiths, and so on. The first time we met, we met at Starbucks on the city square, one college kid showed up. Over the past few months, we've seen it grow, and last semester, we averaged about 15 kids. We've had to move outside to the gazebo on the city square, where people have come up and joined us, including some of the homeless population, which is awesome. We usually split up into two small groups and then come back together to go through the scriptural questions and end with a big idea. This isn't too hard with 15 college students, most all of whom are Christian or at the least, churched. During this time, we've also started a ministry to international students. It's taken a year, but we are finally seeing some definite fruits to the ministry. Last night, we had 5 new international students come (only one of which is Christian) and two more are coming next week. We also had four new people who are neither Christian nor churched. With everyone there, we had 32 people! While a few are heading back to their own schools, we will be having around 25 students (plus whoever else begins to come.) My question is this: As a church with no facility, and as a group with an infusion of ten non-Christians all of a sudden, what is the best way to lead a college Bible study? Our church is going through the sermon on the mount, and I'd like to go through that, as even those of other faiths recognize it as moral teaching (but we'll press it and show that it is much more than "moral teaching" - it is Truth!) How do we give everyone a chance to learn and be a part, allowing discussion, disagreement, and dialogue with so many people? Has anyone dealt with something like this? Any and all help would be much appreciated!