Home Cell Group Explosion: How Your Small Group Can Grow and Multiply Paperback – Dec 1999
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Home Cell Group Explosion by Dr. Joel Comiskey is a brilliant new comet in the cell church firmament. This paperback book (150 pages) is already having a considerable impact, becoming a "best seller", according to its publisher, Touch Publications. The book crystallizes the author's findings in some eighteen areas of research, based on a meticulous questionnaire that he submitted to cell church leaders in eight countries around the world, locations that he also visited personally for his research. The detailed notes in the back of the book offer the student of cell church growth a rich mine for further reading. The beauty of Comiskey's book is that he not only summarizes his survey results in a thoroughly convincing way but goes on to analyze in practical ways many of his survey results in separate chapters. The happy result is that any cell church leader, intern or member completing this quick read will have his priorities/values clearly aligned and ready to be followed-up -- Henry Paasonen, C&MA Cellnet, March 25, 1998
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Home Cell Group Explosion is the most researched and practical book every written on cell group ministry! Joel Comiskey traversed the globe to find out why certain churches and small groups are successful in reaching the lost. He found the answers and freely shares them within this volume. If you are a pastor or small group leader, you should devour this book! It will encourage you and give you simple, practical steps for dynamic small group life and growth.See all Product Description
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Comisky reveals the common threads found in leaders of cell groups that multiply. A very interesting read.
- Dennis McCallum, author Organic Disciplemaking: How to promote Christian leadership development through personal relationships, biblical discipleship, mentoring, and Christian community
It should be re-read every other month and used as a continuous reference rather than a one time reading.