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Small Groups and Mentoring Dilemmas
Think through how you'll deal with relational problems in your small-groups ministry.
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Overview

This pack features 5 Case Studies from the popular Building Church Leaders Training Themes that involve real life, common church situations. How do you handle small groups that have lost focus or purpose? What can be done if relationships sour? These discussion tools help your group think about the larger purposes of small groups and of the church. Each Case Study conveniently fits on one page, so they're easy to print, copy, and hand out.

This Resource contains all of the following:

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Topics:Christian education, Difficult people, Fellowship, Growth, Health, Mentoring, Recruiting, Small groups
Filters:Christian education, Discipleship, Shepherd, Small group leader, Small groups, Spiritual director
References:2 Timothy 2:2, Philippians 3:12-16, Exodus 18:13-24
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