Vamos a realizar el evento en (the event will be held at):
Iglesia de Restauracion Elim
1600 N. Plano Rd. Suite 1500
Richardson, TX 75081 (12 miles outside of Dallas). Additional hotel information here.
Sábado, 25 de febrero de 2012 de 9 a 4 p.m. (Saturday, February 25, 2012, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
Vamos a tenerlo en español y Ingles simultáneamente en los diferentes cuartos del mismo lugar. Joel y Mario van a rotar entre los dos grupos de personas. El equipo de JCG va a ayudar en el evento de Ingles (más interacción)
We will have both a Spanish and English conference going at the same time in different rooms. Joel and Mario will rotate between the two groups of people. The JCG team will also help out in the English speaking event, which would be more interactive and group oriented.
Los temas incluyan:
- Mitos y Verdades de la Iglesia Celular (Joel Comiskey)
- El Rol Clave del Pastor Titular en la Iglesia Celular (Mario Vega)
- Principios Claves en la Visión Celula (Joel Comiskey)
- Evangelismo Efectivo en la Iglesia Celular (Mario Vega)
- Oración Efectivo (Rob Campbell)
- Cómo Asesorar a los Líderes (Steve Cordle)
- Otros Talleres del Equipo de JCG
- Myths and Truths of the Cell Church (Joel Comiskey)
- The Role of the Senior Pastor in Cell Ministry (Mario Vega)
- Key Principles of Cell Ministry (Joel Comiskey)
- Evangelism in the Cell Church (Mario Vega)
- Prayer in the Cell Church (Rob Campbell)
- How to Coach Your Leaders (Steve Cordle)
- Practical cell workshops from the JCG team
$Special discounts available (Discuentos especiales disponibles)
Joel Comiskey (Ph.D. Fuller Seminary) is an internationally recognized cell church coach and consultant. He has served as a missionary with the C&MA in Quito, Ecuador as well as planting a cell- based church in Southern California.
Joel has written best selling books on the worldwide cell group movement. He teaches as an adjunct professor at several theological seminaries.
Joel and his wife, Celyce, have three daughters and live in Moreno Valley , California. Check out Comiskey's web site and his resume.
Mario Vega is senior pastor of the Elim Church, located in San Salvador and the second largest church in the world—approximately 11,000 cell groups and 110,000 people attending the cells. Mario Vega is also the principal leader of the international Elim movement which has spawned approximately 125 churches around the world. Mario is the author of several books. He lives in San Salvador, El Salvador with his wife, Cecilia, and son, José. His website is: www.elim.org.sv
Rob Campbell: Rob Campbell is founder and lead pastor of Cypress Creek Church, a non-denominational church of 105 cells, 1100 worship attendance and 75 partner churches and church plants. Pastor Rob's book Dance with Me Daddy explores how to grow a healthy church.
Pastor Rob is committed to planting cell churches worldwide. CCC highlights powerful prayer and excellent youth and college and career cells ministry.
Web site: http://www.cypresscreekchurch.com.
Steve Cordle: Dr. Steve Cordle is the founding pastor of Crossroads United Methodist Church near Pittsburgh. Steve pastors a church of 80 cells, 1200 worship attendance, and several satellite campuses.
Pastor Steve's book, The Church in Many Houses, talks about the principles necessary to grow a healthy cell church.
Steve wrote his doctoral dissertation on small group ministry and specifically in the area of coaching.
Web site: http://www.crossroadsumc.org/
Jeff Tunnell: Jeff Tunnell is lead pastor as Big Bear Christian Center, a cell church located in a mountain community of 5700 (24 000 in the surrounding area). I've heard people say that cell ministry works only in bustling urban environments, but Big Bear Christian Center (BBCC) finds itself in just the opposite environment, yet God is doing great things through the cell ministry.
Since 2000 Tunnell has patiently steered the church through transition to the cell-driven strategy, adapting cell principles to fit the context of Big Bear City. BBCC highlights prayer as the guiding star, emphasizes a rotating preaching team, and has a growing vision to make a world impact through cell ministry.
Celyce Comiskey: Celyce earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing as well as a post-graduate theological training. Celyce and Joel were missionaries with the Christian and Missionary Alliance for eleven years in Ecuador. She is now a full-time mother of three children, and she loves home-schooling them. God has given her a special interest in counseling. Celyce is a great cell leader, having multiplied her cell groups on various occassions. She is currently leading a women's cell and both Joel and Celyce lead a family cell group together.