You can avoid burnout in ministry, but you need to start now.
Sometimes all it takes is a crisp fall morning or a spooky October evening.
What Facebook learned from Saddleback, and how it relates to the future of your small groups.
I have seen relationships destroyed because of poor communication.
Before you're called to serve the Lord and his people, this is your identity.
Wisdom from Wiersbe on the book of James.
One simple thing I encourage new groups to do is to complete a very short exercise.
Some strategies immediately launch more groups and connect more people.
What does Scripture tell us about the elements necessary for growth?
Not every church hits a home run with their group launch—here are some reasons why.
Spend your time and energy on something that will actually help your groups and leaders last.
Instead of just changing what you communicate, try taking a look at the "how" as well.
"For your church to grow, both the pastor and the people must give up control." - Rick Warren
Here are some steps you can take to lead and guide groups toward health.
"Just as Jesus led his followers down an alternative path that no one expected, the Spirit of Jesus wants to do the same today."
Pastors: You are the most important champion of small group ministry.
Give your leaders the vision and encouragement that they need.
Whatever I may have learned about life and leadership, I’m supposed to be passing along to others.
As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another. ~ Proverbs 27:17
As long as you know the “why” you can always discover the “what.”