Gathering the Cells Together to Celebrate (Español abajo)

Celebration: Life-Giving or Mundane?

The small groups of the church come together consistently for Celebration or Worship.  We do so to receive teaching, sing praises to God, pray together, receive the sacraments, and more.  This is not just a practice but a biblical tradition (Acts 2:42-47,...

A New Cell Culture

By Mario Vega, www.elim.org.sv The Elim Church in El Salvador transitioned to a cell church in 1986. That happened in a climate of great enthusiasm and passion. Remarkably, few people resisted the changes. Almost all of the congregation welcomed the theology of the...

All Hands on Deck

by Aaron Lemuel De La Torre,  Iglesia Bautista de la Comunidad in Hidalgo, Texas, www.comunidadiglesia.com The ultimate goal of a cell church should be to make disciples. Transitioning to a cell group can be a challenge, as many leaders have experienced. One...

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...