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Key Concepts for Planning Your New Year Groups Strategy

Third, once you have more than five to 10 groups you can no longer adequately care for and develop group leaders.

Third, once you have more than five to 10 groups you can no longer adequately care for and develop group leaders. At least, not in a way that will truly shepherd them and help them learn to make better disciples of their members.

What Jethro told Moses is just as true today as it was on the journey from Egypt to the Promised Land. As Carl George wisely pointed out years ago, “Everyone needs to be cared for by somebody, but nobody can care for more than (about) 10.”

Need to know how to do the above?

For starters…let me encourage you to sign up for my FREE upcoming webinar: GroupLife Strategy Call ’18. I’m offering it twice, but it’s filling up fast.

This article originally appeared here.

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Mark Howell serves as Pastor of Communities at Canyon Ridge Christian Church in Las Vegas, NV. He founded SmallGroupResources.net, offering consulting and coaching services to help churches across North America launch, build and sustain healthy small group ministries. He spent four years on the consulting staff at Lifetogether and often contributes to ministry periodicals such as the Pastor's Ministry Toolbox and ChurchCentral.com.