What The Early Church Teaches Us About Small Groups

The disciples of Christ were essentially the first Christian small group. A small group that created more disciples, more small groups and Christian communities and the Christian Church as we know it. They not only lived together and ate together but worked out their faith in Christ together.
Do you have that kind of community? Do you desire that friendship and community when you read about the early church in the New Testament?
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