Know and Be Known: Small Groups That Nourish and Connect

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Alban Institute, 2007 - Religion - 128 pages
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People yearn for a sense of belonging. Congregations become places of belonging when people find ways to make connections, form relationships, and share their personal stories. That's hard to do in the hasty comings and goings around the typical worship service. It's even hard to do in a choir, committee, or ministry group. In Know and Be Known, Brooke Collison looks at the element missing in most group dynamics today: intentionality about relationships. Counselor, educator, and long-time leader and participant in small groups, Collison knows the power of small groups to create meaningful bonds of friendship and support.

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Brooke Collison holds a Ph.D. in counseling psychology and is Professor Emeritus at Oregon State University. He has extensive teaching, counseling, and writing experience and is a former president of the American Counseling Association.

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