How Do You Train Your Small-Group Leaders?

National Community Church has taken its training online.

Heather Zempel from National Community Church in Washington, D.C., and writer for SmallGroups.com, recently blogged about NCC's new way of training small-group leaders.

In her blog post, she shares that they have started doing online training so that leaders can train at their own pace in their own timing. When finished, their answers to the questions in the training are sent to the staff at NCC and a face-to-face interview is scheduled. So far, they're very happy with the results.

Read the blog post to get the full picture, and check out this training module on choosing a study, part of their online training.

Then let us know: how do you train your small-group leaders? Are you happy with your results or do you wish it were going better?

12 What Do We Study? from National Community Church on Vimeo.

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