the physical and organizational structures needed for the operation of a community, society, or organization.
When we think of “infrastructure,” we may think of things like roads, sidewalks, power lines, and pipes for water. These are the structures needed to bring people and power to an area, like your house. Without infrastructure, you would have to walk to a well to get your water, and walk through the field (or a desert) to get back to your house. You’d have no power to heat the water when you got back (unless you started a fire), and no way to watch Netflix with the kids. You might have to actually *gasp* spend non-screen-time with your kids.
It’s possible to operate your home with no infrastructure, but it’s not the most efficient or effective idea.
When it comes to small groups in our churches, infrastructure is incredibly important because it brings people and power to the ministry. It’s possible to operate without infrastructure, but it’s not efficient or effective. It’s possible for you, the small group ministry point person, to do everything it takes to provide relational support to the groups under your care. It’s…Continue Reading