The Home Cell System is modeled after the New Testament Home churches where the Christians met from house-to-house and they broke bread together daily.
The above photo shows my International Home Cell Group that met in my office and in the briefing room every week in Seoul, Korea for many years. It was a wonderful group of Christians who came from many different countries, and it was like a family.
The Korean Home Cell System is a place of refuge, teaching, family care, and prayer. The Home Cell groups are portable, pliable and powerful.
A group can be comprised of 2 people, and all the way up to 20, 30 or 100 fold. There is no limit, as The Lord Jesus taught thousands on a mountain side or at the seashore or in the temple outer courtyards.
The home cell members receive assistance from the group, and when there is a need; they all contribute as they are led by The Holy Spirit. The home cell ministry eliminates the need for government compensation or welfare.
The Home Cell members evangelize their neighborhoods by helping their neighbors when possible, by praying for all of them, and by witnessing to them with their own personal testimonies.
The home cell system is responsible for bringing in some 10,000 new converts to the local church each year in Seoul, Korea at The Yoido Full Gospel Church. Praise The Name of Jesus Christ.
Via Todd Clipzpard: “There were various courts within the temple. There was an outer court open to all who wished to enter. It covered about 20 acres, and the outer courts were sufficient to hold 200,000 people. This is probably where the early church met.”
The early church utilized the outer courts of the temple where they met as well as in the homes, and outdoor areas. It was a free flowing movement of The Holy Spirit bringing the Christians together to worship, pray, have communion, break bread together and study the awesome Word of God.
I lived and worked at The Yoido Full Gospel Church in Seoul, Korea for over twelve years, and the prayer power was tremendous. Whenever there was a need; the people would come together to pray despite their denominational differences. God honored their heartfelt prayers, and their prayers were always answered.
I pray that the churches in America will turn to corporate prayer as they did in Seoul, Korea at the city hall area, and I pray that we will turn to small or large cell groups that can meet together weekly at least in the office buildings, homes, woods, parks, seashore, mountain sides, and almost anywhere. It is wonderful to become a part of the family of God in the way that The New Testament Church met together daily.