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- An outward focus. If the people in the group are outwardly focused and invitational, it takes fewer people to start a new group.
- Work as a team. Everything in a small group should be done as a team.
- Leadership is key. More important than the number of attendees is the number of trained leaders.
- Not just numbers, but maturity. A group has a great chance of reproducing successfully as its members are growing in maturity. In other words, as group members start to help others pursue God, the group is increasingly prepared to multiply itself.
- Don’t wait. The best strategy is to pave the way for reproducing the group long before it becomes necessary.
The goal of every small group is to reproduce. If a group is healthy, it can successfully launch a new group.
See Also: Series for Small Groups