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Want More People in Your Groups?

April 30, 2013, 0 Comments

webcast_300_v2If you lead in a church, I imagine that you wonder why more people do not engage in small group Bible study. We know that life change happens in community with other people. We watch as small groups minister to one another and exercise their spiritual gifts. We will often say things like, “If you have to choose between attending a large worship service and a small group community… go to the small group.” Why? Because the Christian faith is meant to be lived in relationship with other people. So … why don’t we have a greater number of people flooding into our small groups? Why are we not seeing more groups started? What should a group hope to accomplish in order to minister well?

On May 8, some of my friends will try to answer this question in the webcast “Why Aren’t More People in Your Groups?”

The webcast will be hosted by Eric Geiger. It will include three great leaders in the church today: Ronnie Floyd, Ron Edmondson, and Pete Wilson. During the short webcast, the guys will talk about three distinct ideas that are foundational to the Bible Studies for Life project and how it can help your church.

Join us on May 8 at 12:00 noon CST for this brief but helpful time to hear how your church can benefit from these ideas.

To register for the free webcast, just click here.  And here is an invite from Pete Wilson.

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