A Small-Group Leader’s Most Important Job

What would you guess are the most important things you could do as a small group leader? According to an extensive survey of 3000 small group leaders, here are some important keys:

…the highest correlations to small-group health and growth were to the unseen dimensions of a group leader’s relationship with God. Out of the hundreds of questions we asked, the leaders’ answers to the following questions yielded the most pivotal results:

  • How consistently do you take time for prayer and Bible reading?
  • Are you praying daily for your non-Christian friends to come to know Jesus?
  • How many days in the past week did you pray for your small-group members?
  • Do you pray for your group meetings in the days leading up to it?
  • How much time on average do you spend in daily prayer and Bible reading?

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One thought on “A Small-Group Leader’s Most Important Job

  1. andy says:

    That’s very intesting. I wouldn’t have thought of it like that. Make sense tho. Get right with God and then all eles falls into place.

    I wonder how moses did it?

    You can see Jesus doing it in all His gospels. His small groups must have been amazing. Can you imagine sitting around the campfire in a small group with Jesus reading the torah and talking about the law? That would be amazing

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