Posts in Category: Small Groups

Small Group Coaching and the 10-20-70 Principle 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, June 28, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Small Groups
As I coach and consult with small group point leaders and churches, I'm finding that coaching leaders is (still) a struggle for many. At the same time, I partner with several organizations that deal with coaching business leaders, and I'm... read more

Why Giving up Control Might Make Your Group Ministry Better 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, March 15, 2016 7:55:00 AM Categories: Small Groups
I hear a lot of pastors debate the need for a quality experience at the expense of connecting and growing the vast majority of their congregations and their communities into their group system. I also hear the reverse of this, which is, in order ... read more

Small Groups? Database Management? Children’s Check-In? Churchteams  

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, March 8, 2016 6:50:00 AM Categories: Communication Generosity Kids Ministry Membership/Assimilation Ministry & Technology Online Giving Small Groups
In today’s world every church has data management needs. Managing church data doesn’t sound profound or spiritual, but it’s necessary. That’s why Church Management Software (ChMS or CMS for short) systems are wildly popular resources for church... read more

What's The Difference Between a Group Teacher and a Group Facilitator? 

And Why It Matters
Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, February 16, 2016 6:50:00 AM Categories: Small Groups
Because the Bible is getting its rightful place in group life again, sometimes the term, “teacher,” is being used to describe the person leading the group’s Bible study time. If you’ve been around the small group world long, you know that... read more

Should Every Pastor Lead A Small Group? 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, January 19, 2016 6:50:00 AM Categories: Small Groups
For years I've been following Jim Egli. His books, blogs, and brotherly love have influenced my own views toward groups, discipleship, and ministry in general. I recently read a post Jim wrote that I believe could have a profound effect on... read more
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