Have you been dealing with a significant challenge in your small group ministry or want to take your small group program to the next level?
If so, seeking out counsel can be a tremendous help when in these situations.
…and it’s biblical.
Without counsel purposes are disappointed: but in the multitude of counsellors they are established.”Proverbs 15:22 (KJV)
God sometimes uses the advice from others to give us direction on what to do. But there are many people anxious to give us advice. Should we listen to anyone with an opinion?
Seek Wise Counsel
My Pastor reminds us frequently that we need to be cautious about who we get advice from. If you’re seeking financial advice you wouldn’t get it from someone who is broke, would you?
The same is true when seeking wisdom regarding a small group ministry. In fact, it is significantly more important because of the number of lives that can be spiritually transformed (or damaged) through this type of ministry.
Find others who understand the struggles and who also create thriving small group ministries.
Where can you find wise counsel for small group ministries?
Accelerate! Small Group Ministry Workshops
One great resource for wise counsel can be found through the Accelerate! small group workshops. These workshops are made possible through the Small Group Network.
At the workshops, small group ministry point people and their leadership teams take a 360-degree view of their small group ministry and develop a comprehensive strategic action plan for the upcoming year.
To accomplish this, Steve Gladen (Global Pastor of Small Groups at Saddleback Church and founder of the Small Group Network) walks the workshop teams through 22 vital questions that every church needs to process.
Learn more about the Accelerate! small group ministry workshops and other events put on by the Small Group Network at https://smallgroupnetwork.com/events.
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