Shift - Single-Cell to Multi-Cell

Back to SHIFT home"Prior to renewal, each church was a small group. They experienced intimacy within the church as a whole. For the most part, everyone in the church knew everyone else. They related to one another as a close-knit family. In other words, each church was a single-cell organism. Recalling Biology 101, these churches underwent mitosis, or the process of cell division. With great effort, each of our vibrant churches went through a deliberate strategy to stretch the structure of their churches. They shifted from being single-cell to being multi-cell organisms."
- Daron Brown, Shift, p. 91



Daron Brown explains the concept of moving from single-cell to multi-cell (2:17).


Junior Sorzano explains the concept of moving from single-cell to multi-cell (2:07).

Church of the Nazarene

USA/Canada Region

17001 Prairie Star Parkway

Lenexa, KS 66220

Phone: 913.577.2830

Toll-free: 800.306.9948

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