Here are few attributes I keep in mind when I’m trying to see my small group ministry break through to another level.
Coaching will make all of the difference in both starting and supporting group leaders.
Help your leaders face the frustrations and disappointments that can come with the territory.
Can you look back at your life and see how God wrote your story?
It takes intentional effort, both inside and outside group meeting times.
If you’re a ministry leader, never forget these eight vital words of instruction.
How do you draw out what's hidden inside your small group members?
As Colin Powell said, ”A dream doesn’t become reality through magic, it takes sweat, determination and hard work.”
Except for its leader, this leadership training group seemed to lack any observable spiritual leadership potential.
Small group ministry lends itself to messes that life can throw at us.
What could give Noah enough confidence to commit a major portion of his life to this job?
Exponential results require exponential thinking.
All over the world people face disasters that we, as cell church, can help with in many different ways.
Should you limit participants or allow new members each week?
Ideas from the ground on how to get more people involved in disciple-making groups.
Finding abuse and traumatic events where a wall of safety and health should exist carves deep wounds on your soul.
Don't reduce "fellowship" to a series of gatherings.
In many churches, small groups need a paradigm shift to unlock the potential God has hidden in them.
3 problems that prevent new or “messy” people from joining groups, and solutions for overcoming them.
Do you know how to guide your group to release an increase of Christ-centered development in their life?