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Building a Church of Small Groups

February 9, 2011

Mark Howell interviews small groups expert, Bill Donahue and mentions his book, Building a Church of Small Groups: A Place Where No One Stands Alone.  Here’s an excerpt from the interview:

People are tired of having meetings that seem to be trivial, scripted or just too routine. And many people think that a “group” = “meeting” instead of seeing the full range of community experiences and relationships that could exist.

I consider a group meeting successful, regardless of content and format, if people meet God and one another in significant, meaningful ways.  That means we leaders must guide a meeting in such a way that creates an environment for spiritual growth, and a place for connecting with God at the personal and group level.


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