Seven Myths About Small Groups
How to Keep from Falling into Common Traps
By: Dan Williams

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  • Discusses the seven most common problems most groups face
  • Contains practical guidelines to address these issues

Product Details

Do you ask yourself: Is your small group boring? Small groups don't just happen they take a lot of work and effort. In Seven Myths About Small Groups, Dan Williams addresses the myths of small group life:

  • Groups should not last forever
  • Groups should not be Cliques
  • Bigger is Better
  • Groups need strong leadership
  • More members should lead
  • Good groups are polite
  • Mission must wait

Your small group can be a place where people feel good. Small groups can a play a crucial role in the spiritual growth of individuals and the development of the Church as a whole. Why not use this valuable tool to help you revitalize your group?

About the Author

Daniel G. Williams earned his ThM from Regent College in Vancouver, B.C. in 1991. He has authored several books including: 1 Corinthians: The Challenges of Life Together and co-written with Paul Stevens, Revised Edition, Starting (& Ending) a Small Group: For Leaders & Group Members.