What Every Small Group Leader Should Know (Large Print 16pt)

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WITH OVER 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN LEADING SMALL GROUPS, Larry Kreider writes, I am completely convinced that if God can use me, He can use anyone! Most people have untapped leadership potential, and unleashing those abilities is often just a matter of equipment and motivation. What Every Small-Group Leader Should Know is the go-to guide for plenty of both. Whether readers have already taken a step of faith into a leadership position or are still praying about the possibility, this will become an indispensable ...
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Overview

WITH OVER 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN LEADING SMALL GROUPS, Larry Kreider writes, I am completely convinced that if God can use me, He can use anyone! Most people have untapped leadership potential, and unleashing those abilities is often just a matter of equipment and motivation. What Every Small-Group Leader Should Know is the go-to guide for plenty of both. Whether readers have already taken a step of faith into a leadership position or are still praying about the possibility, this will become an indispensable handbook of practical tips, tools and suggestions. At the heart of What Every Small-Group Leader Should Know is a big-picture vision of biblical service. Jesus said that whoever wants to be great in His kingdom must become a servant (see Mark 10;43). It s that passion for meeting others' needs that is the difference between ho-hum small group leaders and effective, thriving leaders.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781459606784
  • Publisher: ReadHowYouWant
  • Publication date: 10/26/2010
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 0.46 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 10.00 (d)

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  • Posted August 24, 2010

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    If you lead a small group you need to be trained

    In What Every Small Group Leader Should Know, Larry Kreider gives the church a very solid training tool for any church's small group ministries. Whether you are a Sunday School teacher, Bible study leader or home fellowship host you will greatly profit from this book.
    The book is filled with some basic biblical theology of ministry and small groups. The added strength of the book is the tons of tips, ideas and illustrations about doing it right and learning from doing it wrong.
    I like this book. Rarely will a book stimulate whiteboard, dream big sessions with my creativity but this one delivered. I found myself with pen and paper jotting down notes and ideas about my own fellowship group that I lead. Maybe that's the key to this book's success with me: I needed the contents to encourage me to wade out of the shallow end of my small group experience and venture into the deep waters of real ministry. I have left this book encouraged and ready to pursue God with my small group.

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