How to Prevent Groups From "Doing Their Own Thing"?

How to Prevent Groups From "Doing Their Own Thing"?

Small group experts Amber Stewart and Ryan Hartwig share practical ways to avoid surprises.

There’s nothing like an enthuiastic small group leader. That is until that leader veers off the path you thought he or she was on. So how do you prevent that—especially now when the pandemic makes communication an even greater challenge.

In this short video Bill Search chats with two seasoned small-group ministry leaders Amber Stewart and Ryan Hartwig on how they address this challenge.

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