Leading A Group2018-05-30T17:49:46+00:00

Project Description

Leading A Group

 

Guiding A Discussion

Provided by CRU, our Power to Change sister in the U.S., this document outlines how to effectively guide a discussion. It focuses on asking good questions and describes how different kinds of questions will elicit certain responses to help participants engage. Asking the right question can make a difference in facilitating a healthy, Christ-centred discussion.


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CRU Guiding a Discussion

Leading A Group

This document from CRU, our Power to Change sister in the U.S., touches on the critical elements of how to lead a small group. It goes through group dynamics, asking the right questions, and engaging participants, all while considering your personal preparation and interaction with the group.


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 CRU Leading a Small Group

Confrontation

This draws on the work of John Maxwell and explores one of the most difficult tasks facing leaders. This material will help you learn how to confront in a positive way and get your team to pull together.


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 Confrontation-The Thing No One Wants To Do
 Confrontation-Bible Study  (print and fold)

Considerations

When preparing for a leading a Bible study discussion, keep in mind who will be participating. It can be helpful to ask yourself these questions:

  • What are their comprehension capabilities?  (i.e., language barriers, education level, recent/long-term substance abuse, FASD, etc.)
  • What issues are they facing that we could address together?
  • How can I best engage them in the truth I want to convey?

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