Today on the Sunday School Leader blog, Darryl Wilson, Sunday School & Discipleship Consultant for the Kentucky Baptist Convention, expands on the ruts David Francis and Ken Braddy discuss in their book 3 Roles For Guiding Groups (available as a free download). He also gives practical advice for how to get out of the ruts, or

## Rewards of Teaching, Shepherding, and Leading

By David Francis and Ken Braddy This is the final post of an ongoing series of blog posts unpacking the main points of 3 Roles for Guiding Groups by David Francis and Ken Braddy. The number at the end of each section denotes the page number in the printed book. Here’s what we’ve covered so far in the series: Part 1,

## Requests: What’s on your prayer list as a teacher, shepherd, or leader?

By David Francis and Ken Braddy This is part 10 of an ongoing series of blog posts unpacking the main points of 3 Roles for Guiding Groups by David Francis and Ken Braddy. The number at the end of each section denotes the page number in the printed book. Here’s what we’ve covered so far in the series: In Part 1,

## Results: What Teachers, Shepherds, and Leaders Can Expect

By David Francis and Ken Braddy This is part 9 of an ongoing series of blog posts unpacking the main points of 3 Roles for Guiding Groups by David Francis and Ken Braddy. The number at the end of each section denotes the page number in the printed book. Here’s what we’ve covered so far in the series: In Part 1,

## Ruts: Pitfalls to Avoid for Teachers, Shepherds, and Leaders

By David Francis and Ken Braddy This is part 8 of an ongoing series of blog posts unpacking the main points of 3 Roles for Guiding Groups by David Francis and Ken Braddy. The number at the end of each section denotes the page number in the printed book. Here’s what we’ve covered so far in the series: In Part 1,

## Routines: Planning for the 3 Roles

By David Francis and Ken Braddy This is part 7 of an ongoing series of blog posts unpacking the main points of 3 Roles for Guiding Groups by David Francis and Ken Braddy. The number at the end of each section denotes the page number in the printed book. Here’s what we’ve covered so far in the series: In Part 1,

## Resources for the 3 Roles: Whatcha Got in Your Toolbox?

By David Francis and Ken Braddy This is part 6 of an ongoing series of blog posts unpacking the main points of 3 Roles for Guiding Groups by David Francis and Ken Braddy. The number at the end of each section denotes the page number in the printed book. Here’s what we’ve covered so far in the series: In Part 1,

## Recruiting: When You Still Haven’t Found Who You’re Looking For

By David Francis and Ken Braddy This is part 5 of an ongoing series of blog posts unpacking the main points of 3 Roles for Guiding Groups by David Francis and Ken Braddy. The number at the end of each section denotes the page number in the printed book. Here’s what we’ve covered so far in the series: In Part 1,

## Relationships for the 3 Roles

By David Francis and Ken Braddy This is part 4 of an ongoing series of blog posts unpacking the main points of 3 Roles for Guiding Groups by David Francis and Ken Braddy. The number at the end of each section denotes the page number in the printed book. In Part 1, we introduced the 3 roles: teacher, shepherd, and leader.

## Responsibilities for the 3 Roles

By David Francis and Ken Braddy This is part 3 of an ongoing series of blogs unpacking the main points of 3 Roles for Guiding Groups by David Francis and Ken Braddy. In Part 1, we introduced the 3 roles: teacher, shepherd, and leader. Part 2 dealt with the requirements for each role—the job description, so to speak. This week, we’ll