Over 20 folks got together at 1125 South Broad on Monday night for an immersive look into our cell multiplication strategy. Some already lead as leader or apprentice and received some healthy stimulation, others prospectively considered what it could mean to lead a cell. We each expressed how cells represent who we want to be and what we want to do as forming a Circle of Hope. Since our inception, cells (circles of 6-12 people) have been the basic place for faith-building, inclusion, and the basic unit of life in Christ. We’re grateful to have such a wealth of facile Cell Leader Coordinators to encourage and tell stories of failure, redemption, and hope. Let’s keep finding the next partners to live our Christ’s mission through Circle of Hope.