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Saylorville Baptist Church - Des Moines, Iowa

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Our national and local governments continue to loosen the limitations of in-person meetings during the Covid-19 pandemic. While we are grateful for the opportunity to begin meeting again, we want to be cautious and careful to be a good testimony to our church and local community. Before you meet in-person with your group again, please…
“But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty.” – 2 Timothy 3:1 The Coronavirus pandemic has brought new levels of anxiety, confusion, and fear for many in our world. Yet, with great difficulty comes great opportunity. People in your Cell Group are undoubtedly struggling with a range of emotions…
Amy Hambly & Laura Fincham
1. Online Kids worship options gominno.com/lp/church-at-home gocurriculum.com/go-online-video-resource facebook.com/seedsfamilyworship 2. Unleavened Bread activity Unleavened-Bread.pdf
Healthy Cell Groups will grow both deeper and wider. It’s normal for groups that are experiencing life change together to get larger in number as they become more devoted to Christ. So, how do you know when it’s time to multiply your group? As a leader, you’ll need to walk through the process carefully and…
No matter how you look at it, Jesus left us on earth to be and make disciples. At Saylorville, we say it this way: We exist to make more people be more like Jesus. One of the best ways to do this is to be intentional about inviting others into the Biblical community we’ve found.…
Joining the front lines of ministry as a Cell Group Leader can be exciting, overwhelming, life-changing, encouraging, and stretching. If you’re ready to jump in, then it’s time to start forming your new group. But who will God ultimately place in your group for you to experience life change together alongside? Here are some practical…
One of the reasons you became a Cell Group Leader is because you love people. As a shepherd, you help lead and feed your group through some of the highest highs and lowest lows. In the most ideal circumstances, that's a tough role, and in today's world of social distancing, it can be even more…

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