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Episode 344: Training Resources to Develop New Small Group Leaders

In Episode 344 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss what training resources you can use to help train new small group leaders. Here is today’s question:

“I work at a church plant celebrating our 3rd year. We have about 200 that attend on a Sunday. What are some resources I can utilize to help develop and train new small group leaders as we continue to grow and need more leaders to help lead/facilitate these groups?”

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • What training resources are available to help develop small group leaders
  • How to receive $1500 worth of free resources to help you train small group leaders

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “If you love reading, or listening to podcasts in your spare time, you are not normal.” – @danielsangi
  • “A lot of the small group books are usually geared toward the pastors of the church and not the congregants.” – @danielsangi  
  • “When training your small group leaders, you need to keep in mind two things — content and format.” – @danielsangi
  •  “You want to help the small group leaders know what their role is and how it is different than the other members.” –  @danielsangi
  • “No one likes the talking head any more. You want to flip the classroom to help your small group leaders learn.” – @danielsangi

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