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Leading the Church

Introduction: A Biblical Approach to Understanding and Applying that with which God has Called and Gifted You! This workshop can be used as small group lessons or a church wide training event.
Small Group Curriculum Model

Small groups are designed to meet the deepest relational and learning needs of the congregation. Small groups can help provide the framework for people to be challenged to worship God with joy, passion, and conviction by learning who they are in Christ so they can develop the trusting faith in Jesus as Savior and LORD...
Insights from "Teach Me to Pray" by Dr. William E. Sangster.
Faithful to my Lord's commands, I still would chose the better part; Serve with careful Martha's hands And loving Mary's heart...
People are naturally attracted to a program that works and is logical and informative so they can understand it. Thus, you need to create a handout or brochure with your vision and key precepts and how they can get connected in them.
How to have a practical, continuing plan for recruiting volunteers in your ministry.
So what can you do? Start to think small! For God to do something big in your life and in your church, you need to start thinking small-Small Groups! Small Groups are important and essential. They are the primary and best means to learn and grow in our walk with Christ.
Think about this point: How do we live the Christian life? How do we apply His precepts? But, most of us live in a culture that fosters isolation, personal pride, loneliness, individualistic mindsets, hedonism, suspicion, distrust, and the fear of being vulnerable. Thus,
Use this article for recruiting, to help encourage your people why they should be in small groups.

Do you desire to fire your pastor? Perhaps you should fire them up instead! Got problems in your church, then pray, have a great pastor? Then pray moreā€¦
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