You’ve come to that stage in your life where God is leading you to do something more. He is nudging you to step out in obedience and trust Him with another step in your Christ Centered Journey. The question is will you? Do you have time, enough space at your house to host, enough Bible knowledge to rival a theology grad, and crazy mad management skills. Excuse me? Really? So, let’s be honest. Small group leadership is doing what you are doing right now within your small group or social circle. The only difference is that you now will be doing the same thing you have always been doing with some intentionality. In terms of the leadership aspect of small group ministry, you begin to become more concerned about the spiritual growth of those around you rather than simply be self centered.
Your goal as a small group leader is to shepherd your group along the Christ Centered Journey. It is to do life with them and be there when they need someone. It doesn’t mean that you are a Bible scholar or have all the answers. None of us do. But there is a point in a Christ follower’s life where we begin to group’s journey.
The camp is a 6-week workshop covering all facets to leading your own small group as well as growing as a disciple. If you are interested in leading a small group, then this no-pressure informational meeting about leading a LifePoint small group is for you.
Wednesdays 6:30–7:35pm in S103
(Eddie Mosley’s Office)
Leading a small group might be the challenge you have been looking for or maybe you simply have a heart for seeing people embrace and grow in Christ. Small Groups at LifePoint is the environment designed for people to build community and care for each other as you discuss foundational Biblical truths.
Our small group staff is ready to talk with you and help you discover how you might help people connect to others in small groups. Your next step is to sign up for the Leadership Camp.
The best way to be immersed into a leadership role at LifePoint is to understand our philosophy on the Christ Centered Journey. Check out the Christ-centered Journey page and once you have a basic understanding of the Christ-centered Journey don’t forget to take the survey.