How to Lead Small Groups
This clear, concise guide book for beginner and veteran small group leaders offers step-by-step advice to help you grasp the most important aspects of leading any small group. McBride focuses on such essentials as: Defining your groups purpose; Covenanting; Understanding...
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This clear, concise guide book for beginner and veteran small group leaders offers step-by-step advice to help you grasp the most important aspects of leading any small group. McBride focuses on such essentials as: Defining your groups purpose; Covenanting; Understanding group stages; Evaluating your group; Handling conflict; Asking good discussion questions; and Stimulating healthy fellowship, sharing and prayer. An invaluable tool for increasing the success of your group. 139 pages, from NavPress.
1. The Biblical Foundations for Small Groups^2. Seeing Yourself as a Group Leader^3. Understanding Your Group's Development^4. Knowing Your Group^5. Leading Your Group^6. Handling Your Group's Difficulties^7. Evaluating Your Group^^
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BECOME A FIRST-RATE SMALL GROUP LEADER. Whether you're new, a veteran, or just thinking about it, How to Lead Small Groups will make you a more effective small group leader-of a more successful small group! How to Lead Small Groups covers leadership skills for all kinds of small groups-Bible study, fellowship, task, and support groups. And it's designed to help you hit the ground running, by giving you all the tools and information you need-without making you wade through complicated or time-consuming background information, theory, or rationales. With 20 years of small group experience, Neal McBride knows what makes or breaks a small group-and what can make or break you as a leader! So he's filled How to Lead Small Groups with step-by-step guidance and practical exercises to help you grasp the critical aspects of small-group leadership and dynamics including: defining your group's purpose; covenanting; understanding group stages; evaluating your group; handling conflict; asking good discussion questions; and stimulating healthy fellowship, sharing, and prayer. So whether you've never led a small group before, or have led hundreds, you'll want to keep How to Lead Small Groups close at hand. You and the groups you lead will benefit from these clear, concise leadership essentials over and over again.
Whether you are a veteran or a new small-group leader, this book has the leadership skills, tools, and information you need.
This leader's resource can work with Bible study, fellowship, support, or task groups.
• defining your group's purpose
• stimulating healthy fellowship
• handling conflict
• evaluating your group
• asking great questions
McBride is president of Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska