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Integrating others into cell life does not mean simply attending a cell gathering each week. Integration means joining up with others in a set of relationships. One lady recently said, “My husband is out of his element during our actual cell gathering, but when our cell group ministers through sports camps in a poor neighborhood, he comes alive.”
In a recent survey, 67 percent of Americans resist change. I must confess I don’t get this reality. I’m in the minority. I embrace change. I like change. Mind you, I’m not for change just for change sake. I am, however, for change that keeps things fresh, exciting, life-giving, and battles the mundane.
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Is it time for a wakeup call for your cell? Certainly, you’ve heard the phrase: “Familiarity breeds contempt.” Maybe a change for how you do cell life is at hand. This change may attract those that reduce cell life to merely showing up at a meeting. Your desire to integrate others just might expand as you think creatively. Let me give you one thought on how you might change the life of your cell group.
For illustrative purposes, let’s agree that a healthy cell gathers together weekly. Joel is a big advocate of such a thought, and I concur. Gathering together weekly does not mean that the cell has to do the...
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