By Joshua Griffin with Doug Fields
Lives are changed. Important decisions are made. Spiritual growth is enhanced. Jokes are shared. Lifelong friendships are formed. Cliques disappear when a small group becomes a loving community. The result? Spiritually mature teenagers, empowered leaders, and a healthy youth ministry.
Good small groups requires leaders—and that's where you come in. If you're a small group leader, you may have lots of questions: Am I making a difference? Am I wisely investing my time, energy, and resources? Can I really do this? If so, how can I maximize my impact in teenagers' lives?
Find the answers you're looking for in 99 Thoughts for Small Group Leaders. This book delivers insights, tips, and veteran advice for anyone leading a small group (from young to old). When these bite-size, consumable pieces of wisdom are put into play, leaders will be better equipped and more confident. This book is all about setting them up to win.
If you're a small group leader, you'll come back to this book again and again for encouragement, inspiration, and direction. And if you're a leader of leaders, you'll want every small group leader reading it as it will become an investment for them as well as your youth ministry.