Building A Church of Small Groups :
A place where nobody stands alone
Our hearts were made for community. We hunger for the deep, authentic relationships Jesus had in mind when he prayed that his followers would be one.
Small groups, like nothing else, can provide the life-giving community that builds and empowers the body of Christ and impacts the world. At Willow Creek Community Church, small groups are so important that they define the core organizational strategy.
The authors share revealing glimpses of Willow Creek's journey to becoming a church where over 18,000 people connect in 2,700 small groups. And they tell how your church - whatever its size and circumstances- can become a place where men and women, adults and children, can experience powerful, transforming community.
Part One unpacks the vision, values and strategies required to integrate small groups into your entire ministry. Part Two moves you from vision to practice. Part Three shows you how to identify, recruit, and train group leaders and provide them with long-term coaching and support. Part Four, you'll learn how to deal with the critical process of change as your church develops its small group ministry.
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