Peer Learning Groups

CBF/GA understands the importance and significance of the opportunity for ministers to meet with their peers.

For this reason, CBF/GA offers grants each year to Peer Learning Groups meeting in the state of Georgia. The self-guided groups meet monthly to address some of the top issues that ministers face, including:

  • Burnout
  • Career development
  • Church growth and size transitions
  • Loneliness
  • Preaching (staying fresh)
  • Resource options
  • Self-care
  • Staff relationships

All groups are regional and may or may not be defined by a common ministry position.

Locate A Group

If you would like to locate a Peer Learning Group in your area or start a peer group, please contact Jody Long at

I wanted to thank you all and the others in state leadership for your work in encouraging the churches in our regions to connect. As a result of the state meeting this past spring, the Children’s Ministers in the NE region have been meeting monthly and our time together is invaluable. You may not have known what your work inspired so I wanted to share this with you. I hope 2017 is a great year for you and in the life of CBF/GA.

Kara Wheeler


CBF/GA understands the importance and significance of peer learning groups, and we are excited to partner with ministers as they participate in this ministry.

Peer learning groups within the state of Georgia may now apply for grants through CBF/GA for up to $500. This funding is offered in addition to grants given through CBF/National. Grants may be requested using our new online form found here.

Requests may be submitted at any time.

Upon approval, CBF/GA will send a check to the requested church for the approved amount. Please note that grants are awarded based on budgetary availability. Please also know that Jody Long is always available to connect with peer learning groups.

If you have further questions, contact Jody Long at

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