Body System Integration (Español abajo)

By Dr. Les Brickman, www.strategiccell.com The cell wing of the church is described as an ongoing lifestyle, continuous action. The corporate wing of the church is typically understood as an event on Sunday, punctiliar action. This is the difference between a line and...

A Body – Not Amoeba!

By Dr. Les Brickman, www.strategiccell.com “However, the spiritual is not first, but the natural; then the spiritual” (1 Co. 15:46). God’s invisible things are often expressed and made manifest through His visible created order:  Preparation through the Ant – Wisdom...

Community Participation

By Dr. Les Brickman, www.strategiccell.com Simon was a Zealot, an extreme patriot, and a nationalist. Matthew was a “little Mokhes”, considered by Jews as the embodiment of anti-nationalism, an insolent man with exorbitant greediness and, engaged in oppressive...

Transformational Discipleship

By Dr. Les Brickman, www.strategiccell.com Transformation is primarily experiential and relational, not informational. In other words, transformation happens experientially. The things that shape us as disciples happen experientially, not by accumulating information....

The Unspoken Mission Topic

By Dr. Les Brickman, www.strategiccell.com Whenever the topic of missions comes up, something stirs the heart—obeying the Great Commission and taking the Gospel to the ends of the earth! We read about missionaries who have laid down their lives for the sake of the...