Leader’s Ministry Resources
CDM strengthens your church by connecting you to the resources your leader’s need!
This contains useful resources we have gathered from PCA churches across the country. If you have a resource you would be willing to share or a resource you would like us to develop, we want to hear from you. Email us.
The information below comes in PDF, Word doc, on-site articles, off-site pages or website and links to videos. Click the title of interest to view, download and /or print or watch.
Does Your Church Have a Plan for Discipleship? A 3 Year Scope & Sequence
How Do I Tell if My Group Is Growing?
How Do I Ask Good Questions in my Small Group?
Women’s Ministry Leadership Training FAQs
As you seek to encourage and equip members to share the gospel with others, here are some resources recommended by PCA pastors.
A Process for Personal Evangelism
Sharing Your Testimony
Sharing the Gospel (The Three Circles)
Simple Ways to Be Missional
What Do I Say?
The PCA Bookstore has resources you can trust. Most are discounted, and all of them have been reviewed by our team. You can see the resources we recommend for leaders HERE.
Disclaimer: The resources and ministries on this page are not comprehensive or an affiliate of CDM. Our goal is to connect you to resources that may be helpful, but CDM is not endorsing any of these organizations.
Perimeter Church’s Volunteer Management Guide
How Can I Develop an Outreach Ministry to My Church’s Community Video
CDM often receives requests for music that can be played when children or adults gather and that teaches scripture. In cooperation with Crown and Covenant Publications, we are pleased to provide links to Psalms for Singing, arranged and recorded by Matthew David Montgomery of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Nashville and to C&C’s projectable slides with lyrics and/or written music.
“The Psalms are the foundational book of Christian worship and piety. . . Yet the use of psalms in public worship has been marginalized in recent centuries . . .What a tragedy for the church—that such God-inspired riches have been moved to the realm of private devotion. Given this, it is always encouraging to hear of projects which aim to bring the psalms back to the doxological center of the church’s life. Matthew David Montgomery’s Psalms for Singing aims to do just that. I hope its resources encourage and enable churches and families to place the psalter back at the center of Christian praise, public and private.” – Carl Trueman, author of “The Rise & Triumph of the Modern Self,” and professor of Biblical & Religious Studies