Creating and Keeping an Outward Focus in Your Small Group

Creating and Keeping an Outward Focus in Your Small Group

Computer-based training to help your groups avoid an inward shift

"We all know that evangelism is important for the Kingdom of God, and we all understand that small groups are supposed to interact with outreach somehow. But how is the critical question. Should all groups have an open chair? Should every group member invite someone new each week? Should we only use curriculum that is focused on missions?

Thankfully, this E-Training Module can help. It explores whether your group should be open or closed at its current stage, how to prepare for growth (and pray for it), and how to select an effective outreach strategy. Download now to get started."

Topics Covered:

Determine if Your Group Is Open or Closed

Prepare Your Group for Growth

Select an Outreach Strategy

Don't Give Up!

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ETM04
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