Is Your Group Intentionally Helping Its Members Grow Spiritually?

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As a small group leader you may have heard the statement by now that “groups are the greenhouse for spiritual growth.” Small groups are so powerful, because if they have the right climate, soil and care, they can really foster spiritual growth in their members. Groups are also often called the “side-door” to the church. New church members who enter from groups often stick more because they have already built lasting relationships.

The spiritual growth assessment tool attached below has twelve major questions about spiritual growth. Under each of the twelve questions the group member is asked: “I feel my group is intentionally helping me grow in this area?” Dedicate one of your next group meetings to have your group members take this assessment. Please share with us what your group learned from taking it.

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Randy is a full-time Principal Broker for Century 21 Real Estate and a Ministry Intern for Redeemer's Fellowship in Roseburg, Oregon. He holds both M.Div. and D.Min. degrees from Rockbridge Seminary. Randy views his professional career as his personal ministry to serve the Lord. He is also the Oregon and Washington State Leader for the Small Group Network and writes articles for their blogging team. Randy loves to write his own small group curriculum. You can email him at randygrimes.realtor@yahoo.com