Item description for The 8 Habits of Effective Small Group Leaders by Dave Earley...
After years of leading and overseeing growing small groups, Pastor Dave Earley has identified 8 core habits of effective leaders. When adopted, these habits will transform your leadership too. The habits include: Dreaming Prayer Invitations Contact Preparation Mentoring Fellowship Growth When your leaders adopt and practice these habits, your groups will move from once-a-week meetings to an exciting lifestyle of ministry to one another and the lost Each habit is discussed in detail, providing "how-to" steps with an implementation guide at the end of each chapter. This resource will also be a valuable teaching tool for training your leaders and guiding your coaches as they mentor your group leaders. Help your leaders discover how to make each habit a part of their life . . . and watch them become more effective
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Studio: Touch Outreach Ministries
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 5.34" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2001
Publisher Cell Group Resources
ISBN 1880828340 ISBN13 9781880828342
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More About Dave Earley
Dave Earley has served as a church planter and sr. pastor for over twenty years. He currently is chairman of the Department of Pastoral Ministries and Church Expansion as well as director of both the Center for Ministry Training and Center for Church Planting at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Ben Gutierrez has served the Lord through the local church in a variety of positions. He currently is dean of Liberty University Online as well as chairman and professor of Pastoral Leadership at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Dave Earley currently resides in Gahanna Columbus, in the state of Ohio. Dave Earley was born in 1959.
Dave Earley has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The 8 Habits of Effective Small Group Leaders?
Practical, Practical, Practical! Apr 28, 2008
I live in the same town where Dave built a thriving church from nothing to over 2000 in a relatively short time. I know him personally, because I'm a pastor in the same city. I've always admired the job Dave and his friends did in building this church--not because they got large numbers, but because they were serious about releasing their members into real small group ministry. This book looks like a good, simple training manual for leaders of small groups. Churches interested in a "getting started" piece to give new group leaders would do well to look as this as a possible resource. Very well done. - Dennis McCallum, Author Organic Disciplemaking: Mentoring Others Into Spiritual Maturity And Leadership
Great Tool for Small Group Leader Training! May 25, 2007
I love this tool for training small group leaders. I actually created powerpoints, handouts, etc. to go along with this book and taught a 9 weeks School of Leaders in our church and had 25 people to graduate. It worked great. Many of those are now leading successful small groups!
Very practical but vital information Jan 17, 2006
THis book is great. It's points are very practical, but timely. I love the presentation format so much that I use this book as the basis for our church leadership training for our group ministry leaders. Some books have good information for small groups, but are not practical for the everyday laity to read. I have found the presentation of this book to be perfect and pertinent for easy reading. The practical information is priceless. The points help us to keep our group leaders focused on the fundamentals of leading for and caring for a group- pray, invite, contact members weekly, plan, mentor apprentices, etc. I supplement the book with Dave Earley other book 'Turning Members into Leaders'. I have found it extremely essential to train leaders, but also not to overwhelm them or confuse them or provide them with information that does not directly influence their tasks as group leaders. This information hits the nail on the head.