I don’t know about you, but I usually come away from a conference with lists of ideas to definitely try, statements to ponder and strategies to learn more about. This year’s re:group conference was no exception. I’ve got a notebook packed with underlined, starred and scratched out/rewritten takeaways.
My most intriguing and haunting takeaway:
Can I tell you what my most intriguing and haunting takeaway from re:group? Here it is: The impact and growth of North Point’s small group ministry is the result of their development of a leadership culture.
I don’t actually have a note that I can find about it. It’s more like a stream of consciousness recollection of hints caught here and there in both the main sessions and the breakouts I attended.
The impact and growth of North Point’s small group ministry is the result of their development of a leadership culture.
It’s intriguing to think that this is a not so secret ingredient that could be the missing ingredient for many of us. It’s haunting to conclude that the absence of the development of a leadership culture could explain why so many small group ministries struggle with failure to thrive.
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