How cell communities contribute to leadership development and revitalization of the church

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Korean 
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2009 
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The candidate developed a cell group suitable for Korean United Methodist Church of Great Neck based on Wesley's cell group idea. It is the Prayer School. Through 101 Prayer School, for 8 weeks, people are trained to have the right relationship with God, and finding God's meaning through prayer. This is a training of faith to have responsibility in their lives in the eyes of God. In 201 Prayer School, for 8 weeks, people are trained to do intercessory prayer for the neighbors. Intercessory prayer is a spiritual devotion to serve others. Through this opportunity, the members develop their leadership in serving, and have new interest in other souls. Therefore, in 201 Prayer School, people are trained how to serve newcomers for two weeks. People who finish the 201 Prayer School training move onto taking care of newcomers and fostering them. Through these cell group trainings, the church showed many changes. Newcomer settlement started to increase from 10% to about 50%. Looking at the results from the research, we can confirm the increase in people's interest in each other's faith. In another cell group, class, we spent time sharing the Word and praying for each other. The church is changing towards serving each other, and we got the vision to evangelize to expand the number of our congregation.  
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