10 Reasons People Need to Be Part of a Small Group
Ron Edmondson gives leaders some language of why people need to join their groups.
Number 10: You will be a part of a miracle.
In our short time as a church (almost three years), nearly 700 people from birth to adults have become involved in groups.
Number 9: Your faith will grow.
Community groups provide a system of doing life together that tremendously assists spiritual growth.
Number 8: It’s the best way to connect at your church.
If you are not a part of group life at our church, you will not feel connected to the church.
Number 7: It strengthens the church.
As members of groups grow spiritually as individuals, it strengthens the entire church. (I’ve actually said that I’m not sure we will be any stronger as a church than what happens Sunday through Thursday nights in home group meetings.)
Number 6: It was Jesus’ model.
In spite of the large crowds of people following Jesus, He consistently pulled the 12 disciples aside to hang out with them. If Jesus placed such a value in this process, how much more should we?
Number 5: The small group director needs a job.
Ben is our community group director. He’s awesome. This was intended to be comic relief, but it is true. Ben and his wife Laura are about to have their first child soon.