by Rob Campbell
My next three posts (each weekly post arriving to you on Wednesdays) will concentrate on evaluating the health of a cell church. These thoughts were a collaborative effort of the pastoral team at CCC. However, the lead runner concerning “Evaluating a Cell Network” was Pastor Michele Gooch (CCC’s Inter-Generational Network Pastor). Certainly, we understand that these thoughts are not perfect. Yet, my hope is that they will provide a framework for you to consider growth and health in your context.
A Typical Cell Church Evaluates Health by Measuring:
â€¢ Number of Cells
â€¢ Number of Multiplications
â€¢ Number of members in a Cell
â€¢ Number of baptisms per Cell
â€¢ Number of people on the â€œtraining trackâ€
â€¢ Percentage of Celebration attendees in cells
A few questions. Are the measurements cited above a true assessment of health? Does your church track such data?