Item description for How to Build a Small groups Ministry by Neal F. McBride & Tony Jones...
Overview Written by a small groups expert, this book is designed to help anyone build a small-groups ministry from scratch--or completely revamp an existing small groups ministry. It includes 12 logical steps for organizing and administrating a successful small-group ministry, a case study featuring a local church in the midst of establishing a small-group ministry, and pages of worksheets for developing small-group plans.
Publishers Description This book walks you through the critical steps to planning and coordinating a successful program for small groups in your local church. It includes 12 logical steps for organizing and administrating a small-group ministry and worksheets for developing a plan for your church,
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Booklist - 02/15/1995 page 1039
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 7" Height: 10" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1994
Publisher NavPress Publishing Group
ISBN 0891097694 ISBN13 9780891097693
Availability 0 units.
More About Neal F. McBride & Tony Jones
McBride is president of Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska
Neal F. McBride currently resides in the state of Nebraska.
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Indispensible tool for implementing small group ministry Aug 4, 2000
Dr. McBride covers the essential principles and elements that contribute to building a successful small group ministry. He leads the reader to think past the immediate to long term goals and workable solutions. In his workbook format, he not only provides us with functional worksheets, but he also illustrates the process with examples. This book is used by the Church Discipleship Ministries arm of The Navigators.