If there’s a problem with the church, there’s a problem with us—and standing on the sidelines won't help. So, are you in or are you out? read more
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Find out why guests at your church will most likely come back if they receive same love and care some cancer patients receive at a hospital. read more
There are always quantitative indications of growth that are easy to point out. But what about the qualitative results? read more
If your church is not all about the body of Christ, find out why some attitudes might need adjustment. read more
Once you make the decision that small groups will be your primary (or only) delivery system for connection and discipleship, it only makes sense to look for ways to accelerate small group ministry growth and impact.
Here are what I’ve found to be 6 keys:
1. Your senior pastor must become the primary spokesperson and champion. Although I’ve not ranked these 6 keys in order of importance, there is no question that this a very important key. If you want to build a thriving small group ministry, there is no workaround for the absence of this key. See also "Your Senior Pastor as Small Group Champion Leads to a Church of Groups." read more