Peter Bunton

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  1. 300 Years of Small Groups: The European Church from Luther to Wesley

    Spring 2014, Small Group Ministries — Pages 88-106

    This article provides a survey of several types of small groups established within Protestantism in the centuries subsequent to the Reformation. The article examines how Reformation and post-Reformation church leaders, such as Luther and Bucer, the Puritans, Reformed and Lutheran Pietists,Moravians, and Methodists employed small groups. Observations are provided on those factors that contributed to their success and lessons are suggested for the use of small groups and cell groups today.


    KeyWords: small groups, cell groups, Pietism,Moravian,Methodist, Luther

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