I’m sharing some of the nice words my friends and small group ministry colleagues are saying about Small Group Vital Signs. Today, Ben Reed:
“There are certain questions that keep me up at night. ‘Is my small group really healthy?’ happens to be one of them. I am not shooting for a ‘good’ small group, but a ‘great’ one that is a God-centered reflection of who and what He intends small groups to be. I’m so indebted for Mike’s work in Small Group Vital Signs, that’s helping me ensure my group(s) pursue health.”

 
Ben Reed is Community Groups Pastor at Grace Community Church in Clarksville, Tennessee. He’s also one of my favorite bloggers (at Life & Theology: Musings of a Young Pastor) and at least one of the top three people I quote constantly. His writings influenced several chapters of Small Group Vital Signs, so I’m greatly indebted to Ben. 



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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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  1. Ben Reed

    February 15, 2012 at 10:27 pm

    I'm honored, Mike!

    Praying that the book takes off…not for your fame, but for the good of local churches & small groups worldwide.

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