Starting today and for the following five Mondays, I will be sharing brief two-three minute video messages about the importance of small groups to the church’s strategy, called “The Five C’s of a Missional Group”.
I have found that when asked what their church’s strategy is for making disciples, many church members (and small group leaders) are unable to articulate their church’s strategy in three essential ways.
One, they are unable to share what their church’s strategy is to make disciples;
Two, even more church members are unable to share why this is their primary strategy;
Three, many members and leaders cannot share how their strategy works, or is even supposed to work.
The Five C’s of a Missional Group is designed to help a church member, especially a Sunday School or small group leader, understand and articulate their church’s primary discipleship strategy.
A quick overview of the Five C’s of a Missional Group
What is your church’s primary strategy to make disciples?
How does your church’s strategy work?
Why does your church use its strategy as opposed to other strategies that may exist?
Resource: A nice 5 x 8 card is available that has a diagram of the Five C’s on the front and a brief definition of each “C” on the reverse. I would recommend that you order these cards for all of your small group or Sunday School leaders, as well as staff and other key leaders. The cards fit nicely inside most Bibles and are a handy reminder to your leaders of the Five C’s of a Missional Group.
For a look at these cards, go here.
Order these cards (pack of 25) by emailing email@example.com.