Small Groups for the Rest of Us Paperback
How to Design Your Small Groups to Reach the Fringes
by Chris Surratt;
A Bird's Eye View
Learn practical ways to move people from the fringes of church into small group communities with this strategic book
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Small Groups for the Rest of Us
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Most churches in America struggle to have a significant percentage of their adult attendance in small groups. According to recent research done by Lifeway Research, only "33 percent of churchgoers attend classes or groups for adults (such as Sunday school, Bible study, small groups, or Adult Bible Fellowships) four or more times in a typical month. Fourteen percent attend two or three times a month."
Life transformation happens best within the context of community, so if a church is going to be intentional about discipleship they have to develop on-ramps to small groups that reach people on the fringes and beyond. If we continue to offer small groups to the normal church attenders, a majority of the people who show up to church are never reached.
Pastors, church staff and small group leaders are trying to figure out how to make small groups work in their church and they don't know how. Small Groups For The Rest Of Us gives them practical, proven strategies on moving people from the fringes into biblically based communities.
Small Groups for the Rest of Us by Chris Surratt was published by Thomas Nelson in November 2015 and is our 56957th best seller. The ISBN for Small Groups for the Rest of Us is 9780718032319.
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Details for Small Groups for the Rest of Us
|Page last updated||3rd November 2016|
|Author / Artist||Chris Surratt|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Items in Pack||36|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (November 2015)|
|Number of Pages||224|