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Developing A Transformational Groups Culture

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Recent church studies have uncovered qualitative data that many have known for years… that those who are in a small group give more generously, serve more sacrificially, confess their sins more frequently, share the gospel more regularly. In short, those who are in a small group display more attributes of discipleship than those who aren’t. That’s what we all want, but how to we get there? This month, Group Talk guest Eric Geiger breaks down the fundamentals of developing a groups strategy and culture that places transformation and discipleship at the core.
This month’s Group Talk guest is Eric Geiger. The Vice President of the Resources Division at Lifeway Christian Resources, Eric is also a teaching pastor and frequent speaker and consultant on church mission and strategy. He has authored or co-authored several books including the best-selling church leadership book, Simple Church, and Transformational Groups, co-written with Dr. Ed Stetzer. You can connect with Eric at EricGeiger.com or on Twitter @EricGeiger

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