Have you ever led a small group, bible study or discipleship gathering and thought to yourself, “how could I make this better?” This session is for all adult leaders responsible for leading groups of any size, or for equipping others to lead. We encourage you to use this session as a “TRAINING AND EQUIPPING” resource for discussion among your team. Reconsidering how to best engage adults. We encourage you to invite others!
• Adult Learning: What Matters Most?
• Mentoring Workshop
Every ministry leader, every Christian, perhaps every adult, would like a mentoring voice in their lives. Most admit they are lacking. Join us as we unpack four hurdles we are noticing in adults moving toward and participating in mentoring relationships. What can we do to be a mentoring kind of person ourselves, and cultivate mentoring friendships in others?
RECORDED ONLINE EDUCATIONAL EVENTS THAT MIGHT INTEREST YOU
Jesus’ Way in a Social Distancing World
There are a lot of voices contributing to how to “be” during this disorienting season. Perhaps too many voices. Consider with us what it could look like as we explore Jesus’ hospitable, particularizing, deepening, and patient way with others – socially distanced.
Leading and Launching an Online Group
If you missed this discussion on June 4, here is the link for you to watch. We talk about how building friendships and trust within a new group can take time. Building this within an online group might seem next to impossible. You will gain insights and tips as well as answers to some of your questions before you launch your own online Bible study, small group, or VP3 group. Questions such as:
- • Is it possible to create “community” in a virtual format?
- • How do you cultivate conversation well?
- • What are the biggest hurdles in a virtual format?
- • What are the good surprises within an online group?
Click here to download the notes from this event.
Crucibles: Times of Disorientation in a Leader’s Life
What am I to do as a leader when life simply does not make sense? These seasons will come, and they often prove to be very trying, isolating, and confusing. But they can also be heightened times of learning in our lives and for our leadership. How are we to respond faithfully? There are ways we can learn to navigate such times.