Why Church Leaders Should Know What’s Being Taught in Small Groups
- Alignment with leadership is vital.
- Alignment with the church’s vision is critical.
- Most groups follow a clear calendar.
- Deviant doctrine can develop.
- Some groups and leaders have a separate agenda.
Some highlights from today’s Rainer Report:
- Too many pastors don’t have a clue what is being taught in small groups.
- If what is being taught in small groups contradicts what’s being taught from the pulpit, it will cause conflict in the church.
- When a pastor doesn’t know what’s being taught in groups, deviant doctrine can develop in the church.
- Groups can be a powerful alignment force in the church.