Our expectations are often shaped by our past group experience, good or bad, but what should we expect to happen in our group and what if our current group doesn’t meet those expectations?
At our Group Leader Kickoff on Sunday, January 7th, we addressed an important question we as leaders should know how to answer, "How do you know if you are succeeding as a Group Leader?"
In short, we know we are succeeding when we are helping our Group Members experience Biblical Community - aka the ABCs: Applying the Bible, Building relationships, and Caring for each other.
Whenever we see our group members living out the ABC's, that is success!
The best way to help our Group Members live out the ABC's is by practicing the 6 Group Leader Essentials (See below). These are 6 essentials that we as leaders can't go without!
Which of these 6 Essentials do you need to work on? Identify one, review it, and make a goal to improve this trimester.
Here are a few additional resources you may find helpful:
Here are 3 tips on sharing facilitation and a 1 page guide and suggested email for 1st time facilitators.
While we can't control people or make decisions for them, here are 2 steps that will help move people from your group roster to your living room.
Admit it! There are times as a leader you are frustrated with an individual who you feel you've poured loads of energy and attention into, but who doesn't seem particularly interested in changing. In this breakout we will explore how to handle those who show little or no progress in their spiritual lives.
Red Cross Blood Drive at Northridge (Irondequoit Campus)
Saturday, January 27th, 8:00AM-3:00PM
The Community Group with the most donors will win tickets to a Red Wings game.
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