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The D Factor free pdf "Imagine a day," write Liz West and Paul Hopkins, "when Christian young people are secure enough in their own beliefs to be able to be amongst their generation and not be influenced to join in. Imagine them influencing their friends towards a different lifestyle." It is possible. Peer-led cell groups, where young people can be honest, and can give and receive encouragement and challenge, can foster a hunger for God and instil confidence in prayer. Young people themselves can set the agendas, prepare the material, give the talks, lead the discussions. They make mistakes, but they learn. This requires a shift in thinking, from the institution to the cell. The ideas of the cell church movement are becoming widely known. This specific application is a logical further step. This book explains the pitfalls and the potential.

About Liz West

Liz West has been involved in youth work for 12 years, and pioneered Youth Ministries as a new department within YWAM UK. She now works with Cell UK, a new organisation helping local churches to develop the cell model. Paul Hopkins works with YWAM as a youth advisor and for Cell UK as Youth Training Director, and speaks widely on youth discipleship.

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Author : Liz West
Publisher : Monarch Books
Data Published : 01 January 2002
ISBN : 1854245805
EAN : 9781854245809
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 192 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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