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Successful Home Cell Groups by Paul Yonggi…

Successful Home Cell Groups

by Paul Yonggi Cho

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Because of small cell groups Dr. Paul Yonggi Cho describes his church as both the smallest and the largest in the world. The dynamic of small groups brings about an intimacy in fellowship and involvement that enables the church to keep growing and ministering to its community and the world.
  scsaglib | Jun 4, 2009 |
We used this book when we had a home church. It had many suggestions coming out of many years of experience growing a grass-roots church in a somewhat hostile environment. ( )
  drj | Aug 15, 2008 |
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Korean pastor Paul Yonggi Cho describes his church as both the smallest and the largest in the world. The introduction of home cell groups has brought about not only phenomenal growth, but also intimate fellowship and involvement.

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