Seven Myths about Small Groups: How to Keep from Falling Into Common Traps

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InterVarsity Press, Jan 1, 1991 - Religion - 143 pages
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Dan Williams addresses the issues of small group life, including how long a group should last, whether a group should be closed or open to new members, what kind of leadership is appropriate for he group, and much more.

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Groups Should Last Forever
Groups Should Not Be Cliques

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About the author (1991)

Williams serves as pastor of New Life Community Church in Burnaby, British Columbia, and as administrator of the Equippers, a lay training network.

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