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Gareth Icenogle thoroughly examines both Old and New Testaments for the basis of small group ministry. He considers the texts in new ways, providing heightened understanding of their implications for ministry in the context of small groups. Then he turns to the early church to study tradition and practice. In addition, he brings an integration of theological, sociological and educational principles to the biblical text.
All through the book, practical applications of these principles offer guidance for setting up and running a biblically based small group ministry program. Those who are working or who hope to work with small groups will find this one-of-a-kind book invaluable.
Offering a much-needed foundation for small group ministry, Icenogle examines both Old and New Testament passages, discusses the early church's tradition and practice, integrates theological, sociological, and educational principles, and offers case studies and guidelines for training leaders.