I’m sharing what a few of my friends and small group ministry partners have said about my newest book, Small Group Vital Signs. Last time, Jon Ferguson shared his thoughts. Today, I’m honored to have Heather Zempel weigh in.
“For the Body of Christ to function as it was designed, we need to give ourselves regular check-ups. In Small Group Vital Signs, Mack clears away a lot of the clutter that has clouded our understanding of building healthy community and moves us back to the priority of centering our lives around Christ. With these practical and biblically rooted diagnostic tools and questions, we can assess our health and vitality as individual leaders and as life-giving communities.”
Heather is Discipleship Pastor at National Community Church and author of Sacred Roads and Community is Messy.She describes herself on her blog as Environmental Engineer, Senate Policy Advisor, LSU Grad, Southerner, Discipleship Pastor, Star Wars Geek, T-ball All Star, Theatre Nerd, Connoisseur of Fried Dill Pickles, Wife and Biggest Fan of Ryan Zempel. 


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Michael Mack has been involved in small group ministry as a pastor, writer, trainer, and speaker for more than 25 years. He founded SmallGroups.com in 1995 and started Small Group Leadership in 2012. He became the 12th editor of Christian Standard magazine in 2017 and continues to speak in churches about small groups, discipleship, and leadership. He lives in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (just outside Louisville), with his wife Heidi. They have four young adult children. Michael enjoys mountain and road biking with a group of friends. See the "About Michael Mack" page under About Us for more about him.

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