Small Groups Outcomes

Small-Groups 8 items used 10 times

The Student will be able to…

  1. Explain how small groups contribute to the growth of believers and the development of congregations (existing and new). (Doctrine of Holiness) CP-105  2
  2. Explain various hazards to a healthy small group, such as: becoming too self focused, gossip: exclusiveness, eternal non-ending, general stupidity, loss of purpose, power struggles between groups, thinking that just talking makes the group important, disconnected from the mission of the congregation and church. CX-17  2
  3. Explain potential conflicts and how to deal with conflict in a family or a small group.  CP-107   1
  4. Be able to identify and articulate to a small group the Biblical foundations for the Wesleyan understanding doctrine of holiness – without proof texting. (Doctrine of Holiness) CP-108 2
  5. Define the purpose of several types of small groups. CT-52   1
  6. Demonstrate leading and developing leaders for five different types of small groups, using a balance of activities in a culturally appropriate length of time and frequency of meeting. (hist 1) M30 CP-103    1
  7. Explain the theological implications for the Body of Christ for each of the small groups demonstrated. CT-53   1
  8. Explain the teaching theory, concepts and methods at work within each of the small groups. CP-104      1
  9. Explain the role of social media and small groups, both positive and negative benefits. CP-106
  10. Explain how to Model Christ in this activity. CH-49

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