Today I read a good blog by Michael Sove on the Joel Comiskey Group website. Read the blog HERE.

Michael wrote about sharing leadership with a core team as well as the vitality of sharing ownership with the whole group. He wrote:

My group has come alive since praying in and incorporating a core team approach.  But don’t settle with simply forming a core team and utilizing the gifts of the team.  Everyone who gathers with the group has something to share.

Both of these are extremely important factors in being a healthy small group. Unfortunately, I see a lot of group leaders leading alone. It’s so good to see a group that’s getting this right and seeing the blessings and benefits!

If you ARE sharing leadership and ownership, what blessings have you seen?

If you are NOT sharing leadership and ownership, what are your biggest obstacles?

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Michael Mack has led Small Group Leadership full-time since 2012, but has been involved in small group ministry for more than 25 years.

He lives in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (just outside Louisville), with his wife Heidi. Their family small group, which includes their four young adult children, has much potential (and much anticipation) for future growth and multiplication. Michael enjoys mountain and road biking with a group of great friends who participate together in various charity rides.

See the “About Michael Mack” page under About Us for more about him.

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