Communicating Characteristics of Disciple-Making Teachers

What plans do you have for communicating characteristics of disciple-making teachers? Perhaps the following information from a recent post from Ken Braddy, 5 Characteristics of Disciple-Making Teachers based upon the book by Robby Gallaty, Growing Up: How to be a Disciple who Makes Disciples, could give you information that you could use when communicating your

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Training Bible Study Leaders

I am constantly looking at ways for training Bible study leaders. Ken Braddy, a member of BACE, wrote a blog recently that listed eight ways you can provide training for your leaders. Below is a summary of his suggestions that I believe you will find helpful as you plan your training calendar for next year:  8 Ways

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Why Bible Study Doesn’t Work

– By George Steere Yes, the title of this blog post most likely got your attention. We, as church leaders, place so much emphasis on the value of Bible study groups, as we should; yet we still face the challenge to understand why so many groups have become stagnant and don’t seem to be producing much spiritual fruit. My

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Party Rules For Great Group Discussions

– By Justin Smith Discussions can be a great addition to a class or group, as they can bring an interactive element to classes and help participants delve into the content on a deeper and more personal level. However, when discussions are misused or mismanaged, they often turn sour very quickly; one can easily call

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