Starting a Transparency Group

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**CLICK HERE for video training – This 1 hour presentation will equip you to lead a transparency group in both the physical and digital world right away! (You can combine a physical and digital group, this is called a “phygital” group.)

The Quick Start Guide provides the key elements that you need to start a group.

  1. 7 steps to start a group.
  2. How to begin with depth and transparency.
  3. Study material for the group that is easily available from Amazon.com.
  4. A group agreement or covenant.

This guide is especially helpful for our busy lifestyles; the group model suggested is smaller – 3 to 6 people – making it easier to gather together with fewer schedules to combine. This is a well-tested model, men meeting with men and women meeting with women, that has already proven to be a great success in improving disciple making.

Even if you are not starting a group right away, the Quick Start Guide is an excellent free resource that will help you think through some of the best practices of discipleship groups in your church.

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