Pray daily for your group members. Tell them you are praying for them, and encourage them to pray for each other.
Develop an assistant. If you recognize that a faithful group member has leadership potential, ask them to prayerfully consider being your assistant. This may be the most fulfilling accomplishment of leadership—helping someone find his/her purpose in God by learning to serve others.
Commit to relationships by celebrating life events with each other, encouraging and supporting each other in difficult times, calling and texting each other just because, and being a faithful friend.
Foster communication within the group. Have group members exchange contact information, and encourage them to fellowship outside the group.
Declare a mission with your group; come up with a plan for how you will serve together.
Respect people’s time by beginning and ending your group on time.
Rally the group around a member who is going through a crisis. Use wisdom and be sensitive as you serve this person.
Select a co-leader (optional)
You do not have to lead a B-Group by yourself. You can partner with someone and co-lead a group. Having a co-leader for your B-Group is optional. A co-leader’s role is the same as the leader’s role in caring and praying for group members and facilitating the meetings.