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3 Roles for Guiding Groups: Teacher, Shepherd, Leader

Ken Braddy (Author), David Francis (Author)

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3 Roles for Guiding Groups: Teacher, Shepherd, Leader by David Francis and Ken Braddy is a four-session resource helping those who lead Bible study better understand and share what it means to be the teacher who “stands before,” the shepherd who “sits among,” and the leader who is responsible for carrying out the goals and purposes of the group. This resource will ultimately help that person grow in all three roles.

Features:

  • Three chapters; one on each role
  • A group plan at the end of each chapter helps the pastor, minister of education, Sunday School director, or other leader use this booklet to train the Bible study “guides” in the church
  • Conference plans (45 min.) are included at the end of the Introduction and each chapter

Authors:
David Francis
is director of Sunday School at LifeWay Christian Resources. Ken Braddy is managing director, Leadership Adult Publishing at LifeWay Christian Resources.

Item Number 005643512
Length 8.40
Binding Paperback
Language English
Medium Format Paperback
Height 0.15
ISBN13 9781430031932
Publisher LifeWay Christian Resources
ISBN10 143003193X
Contributors David Francis (Author)|Ken Braddy (Author)
Publication Date 2013-12-01
Type Booklet
Width 5.50
Pages 48
Product Group Books

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