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Reid Smith – Discipleship through Small Groups Part 2 [Podcast]

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As a small group point person, how am I cultivating my own relationship with the Lord?

How do I create a culture of discipleship within my small group ministry?

If you or anyone on your team is wrestling with these questions, you’ve come to the right place!

screen-shot-2016-10-10-at-10-05-47-pmReid Smith has been equipping group leaders for effective disciple-making since 1996. He was a part of the Small Group Network from the beginning, serving as the Area Leader for the Northwest, and then South Florida in 2008 when he began serving in the discipleship ministries at Christ Fellowship church in Palm Beach, FL. Reid has served churches as a pastor, consultant, trainer, and author for such publishers as Christianity Today’s smallgroups.com and ministrygrid.com

If you missed part 1 of this podcast, you can find it HERE

In part 2 of this month’s “Group Talk” podcast, host Carolyn Taketa interviews Reid and asks him the following questions and more in this exciting interview…

  • How can small group point people ensure that their leaders are being equipped & experiencing community with other leaders?
  • When a group seems to get stuck or seems unhealthy, how much of that falls on the group leader?
  • What advice would you give to pastors and coaches who manage groups that are stagnant?

Just click the play button at the top of this post to enjoy this insightful discussion! To subscribe to our Group Talk Podcast, click HERE

Have a question or an insight? Leave it below!

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