How to Lead a Great Cell Group Meeting So People Want to Come Back

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Cell Group Resources, 2001 - Religion - 144 pages
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Do people expectantly return to your group meetings every week? Do you have fun and experience joy during your meetings? Is everyone participating in discussion and ministry? If you answered "no" to any of these questions, you'll love the clear, practical advice this book offers! The truth of the matter is that you can lead a great cell group meeting! You can lead meetings that are life-changing and dynamic! Most people don't realize they can create a God-filled atmosphere because they don't know how. Now the secret is out! This book will show you how to: prepare yourself spiritually to hear God during the meeting, Structure the meeting so that it flows, Spur people in the group to participate and share their lives openly, Share your life with others in the group, Create stimulating questions; Listen effectively to discover what is transpiring in others' lives; Open the group to unbelievers, See the details that create a warm, inviting atmosphere. By implementing these time-tested ideas, your group meetings will become the hot-item of your members' week! They will go home wanting more and return each week, bringing new people with them!

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Joel Comiskey (Ph.D. Fuller Seminary) is an internationally recognized cell church coach and consultant and founder of Joel Comiskey Group. He has served as a missionary with the C&MA in Quito, Ecuador, started a cell-based church in Southern CA, and now coaches pastors in cell group ministry. 445,000 copies of Joel's books have sold worldwide. His titles include Home Cell Group Explosion (Touch Publications, 1998), How to Lead a Great Cell Group (Touch Publications, 2001), and An Appointment with the King (Chosen Books, 2002). Joel is an adjunct professor at Tozer Seminary and lives with his wife and three daughters in Moreno Valley, California.

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