Wonder and sigh?

How does one lead a lifegroup of around sixteen unique pax from diverse walk of life? It is not a unique challenge. Talking to some of my friends from other churches, I understand that some churches have small groups of that size as well.

I wonder how the early church discipled and led the groups? Knowing the setting, one will understand that there might not be a venue for 3000 disciples to do what Acts 2:42 described and one will tend to believe that the early churches met in smaller groups in other houses. The church in Jerusalem after Acts 2:41 was also likely to be smaller than the reported 3000 since some of them would have come from other parts of the known world then to celebrate the feast of pentacost.

Just wondering...



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