What would this be worth to you?
(I’d love your feedback! I’ve included a short survey below)
If you’ve been reading what I’ve been posting at MarkHowellLive.com for very long, you are just the person I want to ask a few questions! (And if you are new to my blog, I want to ask you a few questions too!)
As you may know, there are now well over 2100 articles here on a variety of important small group ministry topics. Everything from the best ways to launch the largest number of group (and connect the largest number of people), to strategies for identifying and developing new leaders, building effective coaching structures, identifying and recruiting potential coaches, making disciples, what changes might be necessary in the 21st century, leader training ideas and tips, working with your senior pastor, investing in your own spiritual growth, etc.
You know that right?
And most likely, you also know that even the best articles are often only a taste of what you need and in order to begin to get what you need you’ve got to dig deep, follow the links I include (i.e., “See also…” and “Further Reading”).
You might have purchased one or more of my most popular mini-courses. You might have set up a coaching call (or even a package of calls). And you might have participated in one of my coaching networks.
The truth is…if you’re still reading this article, you might be exactly who I want to ask a few questions!
I’m always looking for the service or program that will allow me to help the largest number of small group pastors and directors. And I mean really help. More than just point in the right direction. Actually help build a thriving small group ministry. More like an adjunct staff member…if you know what I mean.
Would you take 2 or 3 minutes and complete a simple feedback survey? I’d love to know what you think!
Your feedback means a lot to me!
P.S. In order to provide this new service I will be adjusting the frequency of my posts here at MarkHowellLive.com. What I’ve already written will largely still be available, but I’ll be writing more detailed pieces for GroupLifeInsider.com.