3 Ways Your Church Can Leverage Facebook Groups

3 Ways Your Church Can Leverage Facebook Groups

Often confused with Facebook Pages, Facebook Groups are described by our friends at Facebook as a “place for small group communication and for people to share their common interests and express their opinion.” They even mention that Facebook Groups are perfect for church groups! So, while it is important for your church to have its own Facebook Page, Groups serve a much more specific purpose — connection for a smaller group around a specific cause. So how can your church leverage... Read More
Connecting With Your Local Ministry Community

Connecting With Your Local Ministry Community

by Collin Senka There once was a ministry leader who had it all figured out. They knew the best way to do ministry, had not encountered any problems, and had the greatest ideas anyone in their field had ever thought of . . . until they didn’t. Sound familiar? Sometimes it takes a couple years, sometimes a couple months, sometimes a couple minutes! But we all get to the point when we realize, “WE DON’T KNOW IT ALL!” This can be a frustrating time, and we may feel like we are in ministry all... Read More

Equipping New Small Group Leaders

by Jennifer McMillian Congratulations! You’ve recruited some new volunteers that you are really excited about. They understand the importance of relational ministry and seem eager to invest in the lives of students. But now what? How do you actually equip them for the task ahead? Initial Training: Whether you launch a group of new leaders all at once or introduce them to students one at a time throughout the year, make sure that before they ever stand in front of a group of students, you have... Read More