347A The Power of Small Groups for Kids and Students
In his book, 'Becoming Better Grownups,' Brad Montague says, "It was obvious, though, that the teacher had made it okay for them to be sad and okay for them to ask questions. They might not have all the answers, but they would walk through this together." Small Groups provide a space for our kids and teenagers to have space where leaders and peers are consistently present. As Small Group Leaders, there is an influential role that you can have in the life of the next generation. You may not have all the answers, but you can walk through life together with our kids. In this course, we'll look at five elements of leading small. As a Small Group Leader, you have the potential to encourage authentic faith in our kids.
Qualifies for the Family Ministry Diploma.
Main Campus Schedule
- Spring II - Tuesdays, 7:35 pm - Tanya Velardo