Free Market Small Groups

Free Market Small Groups

How this organic ministry structure works

Will Johnston of National Community Church in Washington, D.C., uses a free market structure for small groups. In other words, whatever kind of small group you want to start is okay by them—with a few exceptions, of course. Find out why this structure works well for NCC and what they ask of their leaders so that groups are successful. You might find that this approach will work for your ministry as well.

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