In this training, Lynne Lipps explores the big and small ways groups can provide care. People connected in authentic community naturally care for one another. They do it almost unconsciously. But caring for one another isn’t the same as providing care. We want you to foster a caring environment in your group, but we also want you to take the lead to provide care when members of your group experience pain or difficulty.
Remember, often people don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. So as you are encouraging your group members to learn and grow in their faith, showing care is an important step in building a safe environment where life-change is possible.
Do you make it a priority for your group members to support and care for one another?
WANT help doing this?
We’ll send you an email every Monday for the next 5 weeks with examples of how to provide care.