4 Types of Challenging People in Every Group
Leading people is not for the faint of heart. Though rewarding, it can sometimes be frustrating and challenging. People are messy and groups are made up of people. But, remember, your role as a group leader is to help everyone in your group take one next step throughout the season– even the challenging ones. Some of the common "challenging people"
Tips for Facilitating Great Group Discussion
For many Group leaders, one of the more intimidating things we do is facilitating a group discussion. Very few of us feel like we'll have all the right answers, or that we can handle every curveball thrown our way. To make matters worse, it's challenging to gauge whether we're doing a good job. But here's the good news: that's not what
4 Ways to Share the Load in Your Group
Group leader, do you feel like you’re in this alone? Like you're the only one preparing and doing all the work while everybody else shows up and enjoys the group experience? If you can relate, you’re most likely “carrying the whole load” of responsibility in your group. While it’s true that as a group leader you have general oversight of the
Why Should I Join a Group?
Author - Jenna Goldsmith When we're young, making friends comes so easily, but as an adult there is actual effort that needs to take place to maintain friendships. We make excuses or make ourselves too busy. “Let’s get together sometime" turns into a game of tag that has no follow through. Why not follow through and get together with a group
Coffee House Venue
Bridge family, we are about to move into one of the greatest harvest seasons in the history of our church, and I couldn’t be more excited! The number of people the Lord continues to draw to our church is mind-blowing, and I can’t wait to see all the lives that will be changed over the next six months. To continue to
Elders Candidate Update
As The Bridge has continued to grow so has our desire to add more qualified elders to our elder body. An elder is a man who is a member within the church appointed and set apart by The Bridge Church to shepherd, care for and equip members, leaders, and staff of the church. They guard the church through prayer, policies, and making