Cell groups play an important role in the functioning and development of our ministry. The membership is divided into groups based on their interests and needs.
These groups are responsible for the growth and development of the members mainly through fellowship and the sharing of God’s Word.
Through regular Internet meeting, members get an opportunity to ask questions about the Word of God, the vision of our online groups and their ministry and to share their own experiences.
Cell groups meeting are held online, by submitting information and at other scheduled times. The Cell groups also form part of the evangelism outreach for the ministry.
We emphasize on reading, studying and sharing the Word of God along with fervent prayer [1Thessalonians 5:17]
Pray without ceasing: Members get the opportunity to share the Word amongst themselves and build their confidence.
They would then prepare themselves to share the Word to the one or more people. One of the focuses of our cell group is to raise leaders and to train those who have a calling or interest in serving in a Ministry.
If you require information on becoming a part of Nehemiah’s Vision Cell Group.
The Youth Department is part of the Cell ministries. Job’s Vision Cell Job Vision cell group was birthed out of the name of our ministry.
“Nehemiah representing anything that has life must live and Vision beholding the Vision of our Visionary and the ministry. Job’s Vision is about reaching beyond our grasp, being rooted in the Word, becoming leaders and being ambassadors for Christ. We emphasize on reading, studying and sharing the Word of God along with fervent prayer [1Thessalonians 5:17]
Kingdom Citizen Cell Ministry is designed to help expound the word of God that is in the ministry, through communication and interaction, and with the vision of the ministry. Through partnership we intend to spread the gospel not only within the online, and also throughout our community, city, and country. For further information on the plans and programs of this group please contact: email@example.com
For further information on the plans and programs of this group please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a destiny that we must fulfill. Our aim is to help people realize their destiny and to help them to fulfill it. We attend to individuals.
Who consider themselves to be insignificant and who think that they have nothing to contribute? At Job Ministries everyone is considered and treated as a [Person] Our Group is involved with regular fellowship and activities. Through our initiatives, we Endeavourer to grow stronger and warmer and to help each person develop his or her potential. We all have a destiny which we must fulfill. These groups emphasis is on encouraging people to have confidence in themselves and faith in God. We’re inviting you to be apart of our Ministry.For further information on the plans and programs of this group please contact: email@example.com
“God is willing to let us go and eager to receive us back home. Gracious God, we thank you that in times of trial, your grace is sufficient for our every need. O God, in whom nothing can live but as it lives in Love, grant us the spirit of love, which does not want to be rewarded, honored or esteemed, but only to become the blessing and happiness of everything that wants it, love which is the very joy of life and thy own goodness and truth within the soul. Who thyself art love, and by love our Redeemer, from Eternity to eternity.”
How the Apostles died for the Cell Ministries
“It is not so important how the apostles died. What is important is the fact that they were all willing to die for their faith. If Jesus had not been resurrected, the disciples would have known it.
People will not die for something they know to be a lie. The fact that all of the apostles were willing to die horrible deaths, refusing to renounce their faith in Christ, is tremendous evidence that they had truly witnessed the resurrection of Jesus Christ.”
- 2 Corinthians 10:17-18 August 17, 2018“But, “Let the one who boasts boast in the Lord.” For it is not the one who commends himself who is approved, but the one whom the Lord commends.”