The Art of Leading a Small Group

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Discover why Jesus invests in small groups, how to prepare for leading one and which activities help a small group thrive in this concise, relevant and accessible guide. Features a framework for exploring the Bible together, a summary of key points to remember and tips for growing new leaders. Produced by Navigators UK, who have over 60 years’ experience of training small-group leaders, for those with or without small-group leading experience.

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Want to lead a small group that transforms those in and around it to live for Jesus? This guidebook offers you practical steps to dynamic Bible conversations within a vibrant small community.

Discover why Jesus invests in small groups, how to prepare for leading one and which activities help a small group thrive. Features a framework for exploring the Bible together, a summary of key points to remember and tips for growing new leaders.

For those with or without small-group leading experience, this concise, relevant and accessible booklet will give you confidence to learn on the job, and help others to do the same. An ideal resource to work through with your mentor or mentee. Produced by Navigators UK who have over 60 years’ experience of training small-group leaders.

Commendations:
Small groups that draw on Christ’s words and Spirit are God’s powerhouse for maturity and mission. Tom gives us an easy-to-follow guide for starting a small group. He hands us the keys to an adventure with Christ that will reach our broken communities.

Bernard Dishman
National Student Leader for Navigators UK

Getting together with a small group of other Christians to read, pray through and apply the Bible to our lives is a fantastic way to grow as a Christian. If you’ve ever wondered how you could get going then the Navigators – and this booklet – will be a great help to you.

Marcus Honeysett
Executive Director of Living Leadership
Director of Formation School

Additional information

Dimensions 21 x 14.8 x 2 mm
Paperback

20 pages

Publisher

The Navigators UK; 1st edition (3rd September. 2018)

ISBN

978-1-900964-33-3

Product Dimensions:

21 x 14.8 x 2 cm

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