For I was hungry, and you gave Me something
to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger, and you
invited Me in;  naked, and you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited
Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me.'
Rich and Carmi live in the Capitol Hill neighborhood and have a Cell Group that meets on Wednesdays at 4:00pm. Anyone is welcome no matter what your lifestyle is as long as you come to learn more about Jesus, Christianity, and the Bible. Give us a call for directions, 206-860-2945.
We strongly believe in the G-12 Concept of Cell Groups. It is our goal to raise
up leaders who can help us to reach Capitol Hill, Seattle, USA, the World with
the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Our desire is to produce rapid church growth in our city and nation. Reaching people for the Gospel is not enough, they must be transformed into disciples of Jesus and through the G12 model produce fruit that lasts.
Everyone is encouraged to attain a leadership qualification in a short period of time. People are developed into leaders through a process that is called the “Ladder of Success,” which consists of: winning, consolidating, discipleship, and sending. The model is based on the Biblical "principle of twelve.”
New believers are added to the church through personal evangelism, weekend celebration church services, and monthly "net" meetings.
Both new believers and new church members are "plugged in" to the church through the consolidation process. Members of the consolidation team are assigned to new believers or new members to help enroll them in a weekly cell meeting, guide them through a short Pre-Encounter course, and register them to attend an Encounter Retreat. At this weekend retreat, they "encounter God" through teachings on inner healing, deliverance, baptism in the Holy Spirit, and the vision of the church. Following the retreat, they are encouraged to attend a ten-week new believers' class entitled Post-Encounter.
After completing the consolidation process, the new disciple enters the School of Leaders, which consists of three ten-week trimesters of study. During the second trimester, the students will open their own cells but will also continue meeting in their original cells, which now become their leadership, or G-12, groups.
As the disciple progresses through the School of Leaders, he opens his own cell and begins to develop his twelve, taking them through each step of the process of the vision: winning them, consolidating them, discipling them, and eventually sending them "to make disciples of all nations."
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