Building a Church of Small Groups

by Bill Donahue

Other authorsKeri Wyatt Kent (Contributor)
Hardcover, 2001

Status

Available

Call number

253.7

Collection

Publication

Zondervan (2001), Edition: English Language, 224 pages

Description

This text tells how a church can become a place where people experience transforming community. It presents the theological, sociological, and organizational underpinnings of small groups, as well as showing how to recruit, train, and support group leaders.

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Building a Church of Small Groups lays a biblical and sociological foundation for Christian community as expressed in small group ministry. Through story and illustration, Donahue and Robinson paint a lucid picture of the values of community and the inner-workings of small group life. Moreover, the practical advice concerning conflict management and shepherding is especially invaluable. Good overview A-… (more)

Language

Original language

English

Physical description

224 p.; 6.3 inches

ISBN

0310240352 / 9780310240358

UPC

025986240356
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