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This is something the world erroneously seeks to achieve without God and Christian ministries many times struggle to acheive for lack of a successful strategy.
Laid out in these pages is a thought provoking series of questions and some proven solutions which sew seeds for effectively developing a scalable culture of community within any body of beleivers.
The book is, however, a wonderful treatment of the motivation behind small groups, Scriptural support for the approach, and a wealth of information about how North Point handles their overall small group emphasis. As I said earlier, the only problem with any of this is the mismatch between the actual content and what I think most people are expecting the content to be.
Only the life transformation happens in the group create the strength from God that we could walk on water.
It changed the way we run church.
We didn’t get it at the first time till we were in growing pain.
Andy Stanley is a visionary who build visionaries!
A Chinese in East Asia.
The tour includes the feel for the required environment and leadership participants. It includes glimpses into the planning and formation of this "Small Groups" church. There's also a peak into review and reformation when changes are needed.
As a big idea and invigorating planning book it succeeds,however, this book alone will probably not provide a blue-print for constructing a small group ministry. It will certainly inspire the framework and growth of smal group ministry!