In Matthew 28:18-20 Jesus makes the mission of the church abundantly clear: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations . . .”
But how do you reach a twenty-first-century society filled with diverse backgrounds and varying levels of religious interest? And how can you expect to grow the body of Christ when only half of your own congregation regularly attends services?
The answer may be simpler than you think: involve and empower the laity in small group ministry.
Kurt W. Johnson not only provides the tools for organizing and leading successful small groups, but also explores the biblical and historical foundations for small group ministry. In this practical guide Johnson illustrates the proven effectiveness that small groups have for both nurturing the spirituality of current church members and leading friends, neighbors, coworkers, and others to a saving relationship with Christ.
Do you want to fulfill Jesus’ Great Commission? Discover how you and your church can change the world around you through the power of the Holy Spirit—one disciple at a time.
Kurt Johnson, director of the Bible school at the Voice of Prophecy, has conducted training seminars on every continent except Antarctica. He has also written Small Groups for the End Time, Small Group Outreach, and several series of Bible study lessons.