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Apr 2020 5 Apr 5, 2020

Group coaching is not an approach to manage leaders. Group coaching is an approach to lead leaders.  It is one of the most recognized necessities in our group ministries but one of the most underutilized. It does not have to stay that way. Our friend Joel Deacon of City On A Hill Church in Melbourne, Australia shared with us recently that “Good leaders desire coaches and have coaches, top athletes have coaches, successful executives have coaches and our Group...Read More

Apr 2020 1 Apr 1, 2020

Download A Guide to Keeping Community Amid the Pandemic. We’ve been sent back to a very ancient way of doing church: the household. We are slowed. We are limited in contact with the wider gathering, but that should not limit community with God and with others. We could come out of this closer to Him and to one another. We could come out of this with new passion, fervor, connections, and tools to share the gospel, together. The church tends to be at her best...Read More

Apr 2020 1 Apr 1, 2020

How to start a discipleship group Read the online guide, and then select facilitators and form groups. Community group leaders can form discipleship groups of three to four men or women from within each community group, using this guide that explains how to select facilitators for each discipleship group, and then how to launch and structure the groups. Community group leaders should lean on their group coach and groups pastor as needed after having r...Read More