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When you grow and multiply there will always be more to do than you can do by yourself. Being able to connect your attendees to service is a critical part of discipleship and overall effectiveness in executing the vision God has given you to multiply your church. In this video Jeff Leake, Lead Pastor of Allison Park Church in Pennsylvania talks about how to create onramps for people to get involved in the church.
Once someone decides to make your church their church home, it's time to help them make meaningful connections in the community. In this video Jonathan Hardy from Leaders.Church talks about what you need to develop a system for helping people make those connections.
Getting people connected to church is a lot easier when you have a strategy. A good assimilation resource will help outline every step of the way for new believers to get involved at church. Usually this happens through a special class that meets over several weeks. This downloadable example can serve as a template to get started on your own assimilation class. This resource was provided by Canvas church.
Have you ever stepped into something you didn't feel qualified for? Like it would require you to flex some muscles you weren't even sure you had? Welcome to leadership. Though this tension is real, there's a way you can successfully lead outside your comfort zone and still succeed.
Everyone desires community. Small groups are a great place to find them in church, but it's not always easy to do. John Van Pay, lead pastor of Gateway Fellowship, teaches on why small groups are so important as well as tips for how to develop a great small group experience for new believers.
Want to know one of the secrets to a strong church? Strong apprenticeship. Taking people on a journey with you as they learn ministry is one of the greatest things you and your church could do. Find out how to do it successfully by hearing what Wes Davis and his newlife church team do to put their apprenticeship in action!
Pastor David Stocker Jr articulates a powerful message on the needs and benefits of small group discipleship in churches.