How to Lead a Healthy Discipleship Group, Part 2 One of our favorite ways to relax and refresh is to load up our bird dog, Roux, and go hunting. As anybody who spends any time outdoors will tell you, it’s important to be able to identify the foliage around you. All it takes is a brush with a patch of poison ivy to ruin your entire week. Fortunately, plants all have identifying features that let you know what they are so that you can know which of them is safe. Healthy discipleship groups will have identifying marks as well. If you want to lead a thriving discipleship group, you have to be able to look for the MARCS that tell you whether or not it is healthy.
How to Lead a Healthy Discipleship Group, Part 2
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