Creating a compelling vision—one that invites people to join in—is challenging. So we've put together a great resource to help small-group pastors, directors, and coordinators create a compelling vision. This resource will help you create a new vision—if you're just starting out—or assess and revamp your current vision—if you've been leading for a while. Learn what aspects are critical to a great vision for your small-group ministry that matches your church's context and culture.
For a free sample from this resource, read Create a Realistic Vision.
Create Your Vision
Why Small Groups?
Brush up on the reason for small-group ministry.
By Carolyn Taketa
Create a Realistic Vision
Take your church's context, culture, and history into account.
By Bill Search
Choose a Small-Group Structure
Whether you're examining a current structure or starting from scratch, begin here.
By Maegan Stout
Creating and Casting a Compelling Vision
Solving problems and building urgency are key.
By Carter Moss
Determine How You'll Serve Leaders
Five things small-group leaders need from you
By Michael C. Mack
Assess Your Ministry's Vision
Use what you've learned to take a hard look at your vision.
Compiled by the editors of SmallGroups.com
Share Your Vision
Make the Ask
Communicate your vision to leaders by answering who, what, why, and how.
By Will Johnston
Casting 20/20 Vision for Your Leaders
Effectively communicate your vision for small-group ministry
By Ben Reed
Understand Buy In
Capitalize on the stages of adoption.
By Amy Jackson
Total number of pages - 24
You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource within your local church.