Creating Authentic Fellowship in Small Groups

Creating Authentic Fellowship in Small Groups

It's not as easy as it sounds, but it can be done.

Fellowship is one of the big selling points for most small groups. It's what we strive for when the group first gets together, and it's what we strive to maintain when we've been together for years.

But if you've been part of a small group before, you know that bonding with other group members is not as easy as it sounds. There's no magic formula a group leader can use to facilitate deep relationships, but there are some key principles that can be followed to give any a group a greater chance at relational success. This E-Training Module will help you explore and follow those principles.

Topics Covered:

Know One Another

Be Vulnerable

Show Hospitality

Share the Mission Together

Reconcile Conflict

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