Building Small Groups
Effective Turbo Groups
Ramp up small-group leaders and co-leaders by implementing a turbo groups.
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Overview

Turbo groups are an effective way to train several new small-group leaders and co-leaders at once. They are also an excellent method for exposing potential leaders to the routines and requirements of a small group in order to gauge their willingness and capability for the role.

This download from Building Small Groups is produced from material provided by Reid Smith of 2orMore. It contains everything that is needed to launch and run an effective turbo group: easy-to-digest articles on the basics of small-group leadership, forms for updates and record-keeping, and an extensive five-week curriculum designed to mold potential leaders into effective leaders.

This Resource contains all of the following:

An Introduction to Turbo Groups
Here are the basic principles behind a key tool for multiplication.

Ten Practices of Effective Small-Group Leaders
Follow these practical steps to get your group started in the right direction.

Seven Mistakes of New Small-Group Leaders
And how to avoid them when you’re on the hot seat

The Power of Co-Leaders
Why you need a ministry partner, and how to develop one.

Week One: Small-Group Basics
Make sure your turbo-group members have a solid hold on the foundations of small-groups ministry.

Week Two: Small-Group Fellowship
Creating an atmosphere conducive to healthy relationships

Week Three: Small-Group Discipleship
Find curriculum, facilitate discussion, and manage conflict.

Week Four: Small-Group Ministry
Empower your members to use their gifts for the Kingdom of God.

Week Five: Small-Group Evangelism
Keep your group healthy by remaining outwardly focused.

Turbo Group Discussion Guide
In-depth questions and activities to keep your turbo group running smoothly

New Group Profile
A worksheet to help establish a new small group.

Monthly Support Request
Keep the people who are praying for you up-to-date with this document.


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Topics:Community, Growth, Leadership, Mentoring, Shepherding, Small group coach, Small group leader, Small groups
Filters:Shepherd, Small group leader, Small groups
References:1 Corinthians 3:6-7, 1 Timothy 4:12, Mark 16:19-20
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