Saturday, December 08, 2007

Evening Session

Multiplying Cells

What is the most difficult challenge in multiplying cells?

  • Fear of what happen the week after.

  • Becoming comfortable in your group. Excitement never being built into the group.

  • Knowing when to multiply.

  • Planting cells is different than multiplication.

A cell is a group of 3-15 people who meet weekly outside the church building for the purpose of evangelism and community-with he goal of making disciples that results in multiplication.

Cell Multiplication Process

  1. Leaders pray about the need.

  2. Leaders draw attention to the issue (for about 3 or 4 weeks.) [it is not a solution to a problem, but a command from you know who.]

  3. Group discusses the concept of multiplication.

  4. Groups prays for God's will regarding the future of the cell group.

  5. Leaders pray for God's access to group members.

  6. Group prays for God's deadline for multiplication.

  7. Group discusses multiplication deadline.

  8. Leader-in-training takes over all leadership responsibilities.

  9. Leader and Leader-in-training have one-on-one conservations with all group members.

  10. Group comes to unity (or not) on the details of multiplication.

  11. Group begins to “Break Out” during cell gathering.

  12. Multiplication party.

  13. A new birth.

Additional stuff:

  1. Use the analogy of a family.

  2. Have a commissioning.

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