There are five essential habits practiced by effective coaches of group leaders. I use an acrostic: C.O.A.C.H. and put it around a star to make them more easy to remember.
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As the Small Group Point Person, it is your job to equip your Small Group Leaders to deal with group members who present special challenges. If not handled properly, an “E.G.R” (Extra Grace Required) can destroy the health (and attendance!) of a small group.
Churches who have regular evaluation of staff and ministries are far more effective than those churches that don't evaluate. So if you want your small groups to be more effective as well as their leaders, evaluation is a must.
We all want to see our small groups grow and thrive. Here are some key ingredients to tap into and increase your small group potential.
For years CRHM encouraged churches to adopt the Principle-Based model/philosophy of small group ministry almost exclusively. I thought it was worth another look.