Small Group Ministry
The concept of small group ministry is as old as the day of creation. In this quarterly interview, General Superintendent Thomas E. Trask reflects on his years of pastoring and the place small groups had in the life of the church.
Small group ministry is not an option if people are to be cared for. What steps can a pastor take to make the transition to small group ministry?
In a properly administered small group system, division and disharmony are not the threats they have been in the past. The author has observed a five-stage adoption process that churches have gone through to achieve loyalty among their small groups.
Rooted in their needs not to be lost, people are social beings created to fellowship with God and with each other. A small group is the best soil for development of community and growth.
Cells are useful for fellowship, ministries and gifts, growth, and direction. If your church is not reaching its full potential in these areas, are you willing to pay the price.
Revival fires are still burning in Pensacola, Florida. John Kilpatrick and Steve Hill discuss the price that must be paid for the church to experience ongoing revival.
People come for your message. Don't disappoint them. Here are eight ways pastors can improve their pulpit presentation.
Managing Your Ministry
Clergy, Church, and Law
Confronting Contemporary Issues
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