12 When Moses’s hands grew heavy, they took a stone and put it under him, and he sat down on it. Then Aaron and Hur supported his hands, one on one side and one on the other so that his hands remained steady until the sun went down.
Leaders are necessary in any type of structure. The demands and challenges found in our cellgroup structure is causing an explosion of leaders within our church, Just like the size of the building depends largely on the number of columns and beams, our church relies on the different levels of leadership. The General Pastor needs the help of people who can carry out the vision. In the case of Moses, “Aaron and Hur held their hands, one on one side and the other on the other” (Exodus 17:12). The pastor of a cell church needs a team of hardworking people to help him. The reader may think that the cell system involves a lot of work. True! Running a town demands hard work. Everyone wants to harvest, but how many do they want to plant? Leadership theories and models abound, but practice has shown that whoever wants to be a leader discovers that leadership rather than privilege is sacrifice. The following will give you an idea of our Church organizational structure.
This is the man with the vision of God, and who is to supervise the entire system of the church, both by geographic and affinity. The general pastor of a prosperous church concentrates his strength in seeking the face of God in prayer, studying the Word of God and edifying his leaders. Of course, He also motivates the whole flock that “Be on guard for yourselves and for all the flock of which the Holy Spirit has appointed you as overseers, to shepherd the church of God, which he purchased with his own blood.” (Acts 20:28).
The pastor directs the church as Moses led Israel, using the Jetrian structure and leadership line. He meets with his regional coordinators, as the cell leader meets with his group of six to twelve disciples. The pastor meets weekly with their regional coordinators, nurtures them, takes care of them and entrusts them with the care of their individual groups and periodically receives their reports.
The Regional Coordinator (leader of 1000) are in charge of 6 to 12 Territrials. Regionals meet weekly with territorials for edification and motivation. The Regional Coordinator also have his or her own cellgroup where evangelism and Conservation is happening.
The Territorial Coordinators (leader of 100) are in charge of 6 to 12 Sectorials. Territorials meet weekly with Sectorials for edification and motivation. Territorial Coordinators also have his or her own cellgroup where evangelism and consevation is happening.
The Sectorial Coordinater (leader of 50) are in charge of 6 to 12 Cellgroup Leaders. Sectorials meet weekly with Cellgroup Leaders for edification and motivation. Sectorial coordinators also have his or her own cellgroup where evangelism and conservation is happening.
The Cellgroup Leaders (leader of 10) are is charge of 6 to 12 disciples. Cellgroup Leaders meet weekly with his or her cellgroup group for the purpose of evangelism, community, and spiritual growth with the goal of making disciples who make disciples, which results in multiplication.