Two days ago, I shared a link to a podcast where I share how Sunday School is not a program, event, or ministry. Instead, it is a churchwide strategy that other ministries of the church need to align themselves with in order for the church to be more effective in its mission to make disciples. You can listen to this 12 minute podcast here.
Yesterday I shared a video that illustrates where the members of your church are in their relationship with the church and the community. In this video, I ask the question “What is the best strategy that will engage lost people with the Gospel and also make disciples”? View this video and post here.
Part three of this week’s series about Sunday School is the church’s primary strategy for making disciples. Below is a video that explains one of the most effective methods the church’s small group strategy can use to engage unchurched people and make disciples.
Many churches only have one way of starting a new group, when in reality there are multiple ways of beginning groups. The old saying is, “If the only tool in your toolbox is a hammer; every problem looks like a nail.” The most important thing to keep in mind is to use the strategy that best fits your church context and the number of groups that you are trying to start. You might even use two or three of the methods mentioned in the video in a given year.