5 Mistakes that Ruin Small Groups

5 Mistakes that Ruin Small Groups

How to be an intentional small-group leader
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Self-Assessment

Have you made these common mistakes? Leaders must be intentional about fostering the right kind of environment for groups and building healthy relationships. Without intentionality, we'll easily slip into these mistakes. But when we're proactive, we can see God do powerful things through our groups.

—Carter Moss is a Campus Pastor and Life Groups Director for Newbreak Church, a large multi-site church in San Diego, and an advisor for SmallGroups.com.

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