Youth Leader training: Signs of being a good leader
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Youth Bible Study Resources
by Rob Lamont
Rob Lamont started paid youth Ministry in 1978 and is evangelical, reformed, (That means Bible believing) and has written these resources from a Biblically conservative position.

Rob has worked for such groups as Bible Society and Scripture Union and is a Westminster Presbyterian Minister.

Rob currently is the Scripture teacher and chaplain at Kellyville High School ( A state High School in Sydney , Au)
where he teaches Christian Education, runs 3 Bible studies and 6 prayer groups) He also coordinates Scripture teaching for Rouse Hill High School. He has preached for over 20 different denominations
and lectured at numerous Bible Colleges.

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Signs of being a good leader

The following questions are a great way to understand your leaders and help them see how the group needs to be run. Leaders fill in the answers, and then share why together.

            1. Makes all the decisions
            2. Makes all the decisions after asking other leaders
            3. Makes all the decisions after asking the members
            4. Makes all the decisions with the other leaders
            5. Makes all the decisions with members and leaders

            1. Runs everything
            2. Lets the other leaders do everything
            3. Supervises the other leaders
            4. Lets the members run the program
            5. Is a support for the other leaders

            1. The program is known by the leader on the night
            2. The program is known by the leader before the night
            3. All leaders know the program
            4. the key leader only of the night knows the program
            5. Make up the program as you go along

             1. The knows all members by name
             2. The leader is up front and leaves names to other helpers
             3. The leader organises other to befriend new people
             4. The leader befriends new people
             5. The leader teaches the group to be friendly

             1. The leader should give all talks
             2. The leader trains others to give talks
             3. The leader lets everyone have a go
             4. The leader appoints groups of helpers to give talks
             5. The leader give some talks

             1. The leader should do all discipline
             2. The leader should delegate helpers to discipline
             3. The leader should only watch
             4. The members will work it out themselves
             5. Parents should be told and left in there hands

             1. The leader should know what things can be done
             2. The leader helps others to find out what can be done
             3. The leader lets other find new ideas
             4. The leader goes with the flow