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Leonard Wiebe of Aurora, Colorado, helped us start small groups in our first church in Clinton, Oklahoma. Ed Goerzen, a seminary classmate, allowed me to watch as he effectively coordinated nearly fifty groups in the Willingdon Mennonite Brethren Church of Burnaby, B. C. Ed then helped us recruit, train, and supervise seventeen group leaders at the Peace Mennonite Church in Richmond, B. C. Our son, Byron, former participant in Assembly Mennonite Church (where small groups are central), offered continuing encouragement as these materials were being developed.
A Care Group can make family even better. 3. Groups would take time from my other responsibilities. Page 23 Committees are important but the aim should be to move from committee to community. A committee meeting can begin with personal resourcing, the sharing of personal needs, and prayer. Committee members should minister to each other before they talk about ministering to others. When such ministry within a group is happening, encourage committee members to see their committee as a Care Group.
Thirty years ago Robert E. Coleman wrote a classic guide, The Master Plan of Evangelism. 1 It outlined the master plan of Jesus, who selected twelve disciples, associated with them, taught them, and modeled ministry for them. He delegated responsibility to them, supervised them, then watched them reproduce. These materials are built on that master plan of Jesus. Some may find this manual overwhelming. Let me quickly say you don't have to follow all suggestions to initiate small group ministry. A small group can begin whenever you and two or three others agree to meet regularly in Christ's name.