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Healthy Groups

Healthy Groups Love People Where They Are.

Boost your group’s love for one another with Radical Caring, watch below to see how it works.

Recommended Read:  Love Does by Bob Goff.

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Healthy Groups Encourage members to Grow.

Boost your group’s ability to encourage one another to grow in their relationship with Jesus.  Ways we recommend are:

  • To get direction, do the Spiritual Health Assessment together.  (request booklets)
  • For a better foundation, do the Anchored Study together.
  • Accountability Partners:  Ask them to meet in pairs or triads for accountability partners for a period of time meeting regularly so they can take things to a more personal level.
  • Meet 1on1 with group members occasionally, asking them how their relationship with God and with others is going.  This is especially helpful in developing leaders.

 

Healthy Groups Reach their Community.

 

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