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Identifying Leaders in Groups

Questions to ask that'll help you find the natural leaders.

 |  posted 2/12/1996

In all human interaction, there are two major ingredients: content and process. The first deals with the subject matter of the task on which a group is working. In a small group, this might be the specific songs picked, the subject of prayers and discussion, the icebreaker, etc. Usually, most people consciously focus on content. The second ingredient, ...

Topics:Discipleship, Leadership, Leadership requirements, Shaping, Shepherding, Spiritual direction
References:1 Peter 5:2
Date Added:February 12, 1996


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