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Tableof Contents
Introduction . ... .. .4 TheCellMeeting Agenda:. . . . . P u r p o s e sl c eB r e a k e . . . . . . , of rs Oifferent Types lce-Breakers of .. F o rM i x i nA r o u na n dc e t t i nc r o u p a r t i c i p a t i o n g d p g f o r G e t t i n g q u a i n . e.d . . Ac t. . F o rS t a r t i n go m m u n i c aAimn n g C t o o CellMembers Complete follow.ng the sentences: P o s i t i Pe o p l.e . . . . . , ve chitdhood ........... A b o u t yF a m i . vM t. ' AboutMysetf..-.:..:.::.'' ..... A b o u t y s e-l M yF e e t i n o s M f . About Myseff Mi opinlo-ns. . . . . . .......5 .......6 ............,'.7 ............8 ........15 ..... -.....11 .......17 . . . . . . . .. . . . . . l 8 ....-....18 ......le '.....2o ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . . - . 21

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Appendix LetMe Introduce 1: you . . . . . . . . . . . e A p p e n d2x p e o p t B i n g o i: Appendix cingerBread 3: Man. . . App€ndix Creative 4: DraMng. . . . Appendix t.e. TestI 5: f . eT e s t . 2 ...... t . QT e s t 3. . . . . : . . . t . e T e s4t . . . . . . . . . .

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Introduction

Thisis a collection icebreakers CellGroups of for (CG)accumulated the years. ovet w-ere collated various ftom sources including Jhey training resource books, thoseused in-ourdifferent Groups, Intemet fiom Cell the and those whohadattended seminars or workshops hadsome that interesting ones. Overtheyears, C"ffl""O"o f.rn OUVC andother.churches requested'this have -rpirrti"n j" m"v-o!9"i-io'rppr"","," ,n" values icebreakers. of I hopethissmall collection heloful making is in yourcell meeting moreexcrting and meaningful.youhave lf come across interesting hefptrf OrJafrclsi and ice please send th.em meto beadded thene)crelease. con"truifue to to n,iy uoliJu'iiJ,ior ,"",,u"r tr,i" willbe appreciated. MayGodcontinue bless in yourCellministry to you !! Pastor Chris Kam

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ll. The Cell Meeting Agenda:

Meeting Agenda
Welcome (Ice-breakers)

Spiritual Dynamics
Man to man Man to God Godto Man Man to man

Duration
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Worship (Minisry) Word @dification) Works (Vision)

20minutes 45-60 minutes 30rninutes

CETI. GROUPUFE CYCL€ . AG€IIDA PAITERI{

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lll. Purposes lco Breakers of 1. Bringseveryone thecellto a common in member into focus.Every watks thecell meeting different purpose, with emotion, etc. attitude 2. lt is NOTa gameper s€, butan activity helpspeople takethe focusoff that to themselves order feelat ease to in to other.lt mayrequire eachperson witheach say something a pre-determined or for smallgroups two or threeto of on topic, accomplish simple in a limited iask time. a 3. lt helpsbindpeopte peopte, on levelbut thats whatit's to usually a supemcial supposed achieve. to 4. lt helps who break ice!Especially forpeople arenew,or shy.An ice-breaker the so youngor old in faithand age, introvert or is non-threatening, whicheveryone, or extrovert, or serious charact€r, in children adults, participate. can easy{oing you Therefore geteveryone involved fromthe beginning a cellmeeting! right of yourmembers you about which 5. lt enables asa cellleader understand to something youcanlateremphasize a need time. worship edification or as during

POINTERS 1. Some cell leadersfeel that ice-breakers a wasteof time. Nolt They are are extemdy valuable cellsthatarebeginning knoweachotheror cellsthathave for to beentogetherfor a longtime. 2. lt is a TOOLto helpyoutakethefirststepintoeachotheds lives. that 3. Prayand ask Godto giveyouwisdom choosing ice-breakef wouldbe in an with chosen appropriate theoccasion. havefound thatan ice.breaker for We out people the careallows during cell meeting. Godto minister some to jusi Treatit as seriously 4. Donottty to thinkof anice-breaker prior a cellmeeting. to worship. as l'ou wouldprepare edification or for that 5. Usea resource of ice-breakers. notes newice-breakers yournay of Keep list etc. havediscovered seminars, crnventions in
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6. Oonotexpect much of ice-breakers, too out i.e.don,t a allowit to beoorne sharing session, unless meant bea it's to s""dy i"ilpii;e m"iG anaast t im to bring up during it supper time,or anyotherpartof ir,e "ertmeeting whichyou deem appropdate.

Makeyou rem,"t"6;;;i3$:ln'iffil"JJi,:r1",ffi _sure goingoverboard, H,j;""iJl,T?,i.,13. tf youfinda member jurt

7. In general, the earlierlife of the CellGroup, at time for ic€_b,reakers be may generay tonger. please thediagram ;i.fi-ei"Lp see above: - Agenda iif" 6r"re Pattem". 8. USEICE-BREAKERSEVERY AT MEETING!! is alsoto send silent This a message to yourmembers youtakeice_brcakers that seriouslv!

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A. ForMixing Arcund Getting participation. and Group B. ForGetting Acquainted C. For Stafting Communication . AmongCe[ Members D. Forencouraging Teamwork GroupRelations or

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1. Let me lntroduceyou (Appendix i)
Welcomeall yourguests(inctuding chitdren) explainwhatyou will be doing and for the niohtHandoutihe pre.print€d sheets paperand a pen/pencil everyone. of ptease to r!orerne attemative questions children. for Ask them to w.ite downtheirresDonses. d. Collect all the sheets of paper after everyonehas finished fillinq in therr panrcutars. Separate children,s the sheets ftom the adults_ Ask one person to selecta sheetfrom the collectedpite and have hir/her introducethe personindicated the she€t.Havethe chirdren on intioouceeacn oner ttfst from the children's oile.

newty person rum in draws the from pite l5r_,1_"-i:igg!"i"n,.the intoduced anoooesthe sameintroductionContinue through pileuntilallareintroduced. the People Srhgo (Appendix 2) a. Distribute pEOpLE the BINGO to Sheet everyons., ";, ;,,,; 1; i.;. b. the word 'Go',_haveeveryiine somionewho his the ciaraaeristic fnd lsh:yl.on any of thesesquares and'initial his/her namein that square. The restriction here is that you ars allowed maximum two initialsfrom a of o!!e person. c- The.p.erson a squares initialled across, vertically diagonauy,..wiii of shout -with tnreepersons haveshouted BINGO, gamestops._r the r o. _or\e\J-..uvnen itjntgrestjng, you.may to pick want one,or all,.of thewinnersrb6 reaO llTal(? out loudwho hadinitialled squares, eg.,"Oh .. I didnt knowJohnhas the for dimculty resisting chocotates." : ]:j: Bird-Stone-Wate Game: r
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a. Everyone mustbestanding pairs. in lfthere a person is without pj;n;r, h€/she a will laterpairup witha Mnnerfromanexisting pair. . b- Three. symtolsareused: (allfngerstips&nvergeat a point,lifethebeak Bird of a bird),Stone(hands clenched a fstj andWatjr (fngersattouistretcfrea). like c. ln pairs, theendof a count three at (loudly unlsoni, to show in eictr pprsgn-will a symbol. birdwillwinoverwatbr A (stone drinks wateri,stone'o:ji Uird @ird injures bird)andwater overstone (ivater witt sinks water)r. wiriner Oethe in The
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onewhois thelirstto havea total three of wins. d. Thewinnerwillgo thenext to winner another andrepeat above. of pair the The loserwill be eliminated thegameandwill sit down.A solewinner from will emerge aflera fewrounds, depending thenumber people. on of Another paper& Stone.All symbdsexcept variation thisgameis using of Scissors, birdand scissors thesame. are Scissors symbotised wo fingdrc is (index and by mjddle) outstretched thg restclenched, showing numb€r and like the two.Scissors wrnpaper, paper stone stone scissors. win and win
4. Jumping Up and Down

Get into pairs. Count number abhabets yourname.Addyourpartne/s the of in countto yours.Holding jumpup anddor.ntogether, eachotheis hand (botl hands), the numberoftimes according totalscore the counted now. iust
c. Memorygame

Write about40 to 50 v,ordson a big pieceof paperor transparency. Showit for abo_rrt seconds. 30 People to writedownon theirown pieceof paperas many are as theycan rememb€r. winner be theonewith the mostnuhGr of words. The will 6. Nice to:MeetYou! Pass€ largesoftloy (e9.Teddybear,Aig gird, Cartoon {fiaracter eac.) ftomone parlicipant another. eachpelson, to At explain himthat he is to greetttle toy .Hai, to BQBidrd (nameottoy), mynameis Matthew name). (his Nioeto ;e€t you.".At this point he is to the toy with an ac{ioni well (hand shake, hug etc.) as _greet S_ubsequent participanb mlst nothavethesarne aclioniom previous greaiigs. tn otherwords,everyac{ionis unique. Thiscontinues untilthe last person. Nowdo the same thingagain thistimeinstead doingit to the softtoy,take but of tumsto do it to thoperson theright. on 7. Buzcame

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8. Rldiculous Answersto Slrangeeuesrbrs Oistribute.two pieces paper eachperson. thefirstpieceof paper, of to On writea question comes mind. thesecond that to On piece, writetheansweiid quesrion. tne Eg. why doesthe birdnapitswings? fly,of course! To coled aI theluestirns into a singlepile,mixing them wefl.Dotnesahewittrtheanswers a second into pire. Each.person lhenrandomly a question an answereactr. will take and Uewil tnen reaotne question thentheanswer. first, 9. Sarte Surname ,1" groups_of peopte sumames with having sama rhe arphabet (or 9:,_t"_r:,"]y:: range atphabets, A - E,F - J, etc.) thefirstletter. or eg. for Afleryouhave gotten into yourgroups, share oneoneanotherone youwould wilh thing normallydowhen you havesomefreetime.
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Distribute sheetof paper everyone. leader a listof wordsthathe is a to The has qomg. re6dcl.:t at a time, ao one gi/inga pause 1O of seconds (ptease it using time a watch).As it is beingread,writedownwhatcomesto youi minO first oforrr mpresson)in one,twoor threewords. When the wods arereadout,,.the all leader will 90 through'dach andhaveihe group wod sharewhattheir,first impressions wera. .., .; protonSaga,MsrcedesBenz, The Nameoi your Exampfe list: McDonald, of Cl1urch, Name your Senior paitor,politicians, The ot BibleStudy,euiet Time, Movies, your Malaysian peoite,.God, Orfuers, Children, CellGroup, Siubbom Holy Spirit,etc. (Makoup yourown tist) 12 fdckec! ! that on 9n lpiece of paper,writedownan action youwantthe person yourrightto do.Thetrickis, theleaderwill it around say,now tum itl and fou do

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14. Adjectives

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Taking fums,eachperson to introduce is himself hersell or usingan adjective starts with the same arphabet as.hivhe, ili na-m;:'#,a;, Joyftrt thal John, Kemaftabte *. Roger, Arristic Leen, Ai fr{r."uf "..il-ung;;g Jt". 15. t ser Game

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DtGtTjo 1=A, etc. l. lnlt: a name a a tetter the !n ALPHABET 2=8, or COUNTRY begins thatletter th€t with I :1yK
K. TAKEIhE SECOND LETTER iNihE CbUNTRY,S NAME r. I H|NKor anANTMAL begins that that with LETTER m. THTNK ofthecoloR ofthat iNtMAL Geteveryone share to theiranswer.should tt be: A.greyelephant fromDenmark. 18, Howmany squaresare (here?

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Havelotsof old magazines newspapers and ready.Havethe members take some and. browse rhrough somepiaurds words'whiA;;;#;';;;'quatiries for br the woddtooksfor in peopte. outthepictlrre; Tear o; w;;s ;;J'ii-groups or rour,ret themshare withoneanother reasons theirchoices the for

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How Are you keling?

Handout two sheetsof paperto eachcell member. On a bigsheetof paper, a or rransparency, llash the following words:

ANXIETY SoRROW PEACE ACCEPTANCE

FORC|yElV€SS HEALING REJECTED LOVE

GUILT PAIN COMFORT HOPE

PATIENCE CONFUSED O€PRESS€D

on^the-first sheetof paper, )rour ask members writ€.down wod fromthe listthat to a th:y feet in_ theirheartsright now.On ttre seconastreet,they witl -o.-9:gb:-._h?y wntedownons olherwordthatdescribes whatthey wantJesus{o bringto ihem tonight. Theneachtakingtumsto share whathas blen written. 21. Etephant, Rhinoand Rabbil

Theplayers in a.tight "A" pointsto sit ckclewith.A, sorneon€ the in .Elephant., in the middle. crrdeand sa)6 either Rhino.,or,Rabbit". it" p"6n rc *r,o, f," poinb must ;naLoiF,'p,li t "no" either hish;nds put behind bacfrortrre his i," into "Elephant", put fistsin frontcf his nosefor.the or - ;nda( . bottrR-.G [i-, io". l',tn t ro on lnrrinor. fngers pointi;rg

upward the tcr fi," il; pla)€r putanopen facing totr,enst t*o'p""pr"ln';il;;#f .A. must hand pravli"[eJ ijrt "pn"nr "na a fst totheothe/s head "Rhino;. naOuit" musipii-"nit rcn. nu"o for for ndy upward. ofthis A must don"U-"6." be l,J*unt otr.n. :'I.:i:,01r9:, ry"ting lr anyone of the three "A..
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completion, spread thediagrams thefloorfor aff out on to sl.l24. /.Q. Iesf (Appendix 5) at itl n

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B. ForGetting Acquainted
1. GuessMy ,........ Taketums to guessthe ...-............ ofthe person your on right.

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occupation hobby favourite type of movie(omance, action, comedy etc-) (Make your own)

WhatWouldyou Do ,..... Whatwouldyou do if youwereto see..... a personbeingrobbed? o, a persondrowning? a house fire? on d. a childcryingat the oadside? a man-sitting downon thepavement looking dazed? f. a bid in the bushes seemingly hurt? 3. Thtee Facts and A Lia Haveeveryone write on a sheetof paperfour startements about themseves,of whic*r are three

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9-Ye:veryonea sketchpaperand askthemto drawa pictureof theirJbbs.upon completion, an opportunity exptain stetcti ''-'give to trek yatiari)..'/4seaci perso n shows their sketcl.havelhe rcstof therrembers guess theiromupation.

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5. My Chitdhood photo "u"O,o"gbringa babyor.chitdhood photo. The teader m ect a the wi I:: pnotosand mix themwelland lay themout on the noor.iu"ryone will havea chance guesswhois in thephoto. to 6' Taking Thingsfor cranted Pairup andswapwatches. each Ask otherto describe faceson thetr the watches. you Variation: may wantto usecons. 7. Order your priorities OrderYourpriorities in thefollowing:

Telephone Ringing Crying Baby
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8. Common lnterest *ial. somebody don,tknowwe : Findout you l-1 :q of "9.eone, preferably somethiog interest which crmrnon both-ofvou. is to
9. IusiveAge Eachperson givena sheet pape'r. leader is of The willinstruct person do every to the bllowing: a- Writedownyourhouse number. b. Multiply be 2 it c. Add 5 d. Multipty 50 by e. Addyourage f. Add 365 your 9- Exchange sheet paper a partner. of with n- suDtFact ftomthe resutt youipartne/ssheet paper. 615 on of The&st partofthe numbers thehousJ is address thelastWo digits beyour and witt parlnet's age.Nowyouknow ageof yourpadner! the oa'rnaaauaniffi
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C. For StartingGommunication AmongCell Members
Completethe following sentences: 1. Caring someone for means ... 2. Acc€pting others ... is 3. Ina group liketo... I 4. At timesI amafraid reach to others to out because ... 5. Notbeing accepted others by is... 6. I'mtumed by peopte off who... 7. I tumoffpeople when| ... 8. I feelcomfortable people ... with who 9. ThelasttirneI got reallyangry was..... 10. lf I could imp.ove relationship others,would my with I ... 11. I wasoncemistaken for....... 12. Onemajor problenrhadto solve yearwas.... I this 13. Oneofthe bestthingsI evergotforfreewas.... 14. OnethingI can,tstandto be nagged about .... is 15. Onethingwhichhas stressed outthisweek..... me 16. Onethingwhichmakesmefeelguilty ........ 17. Onelhingwhicht do notunderstand the about opposite is ....... sex '18.Onepart'c lardayinight I wanted laSt that fcrever to was ... 19. Letrneteltyouaboutmy bestearthly friend... lr

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21. Thehardest thinglhave everdone 22. Thegreatest cornplimenthaveeverreceived .-.. I was

Posltivepeople 23. Whatisfhemostencouraging thing have iou saidor doneto someone thelast in 24. Whatis the mostencruraqino hingsnmo^.^r,-. saidor doneto you _ , thino someone has oneweek? In thelast 25. Saysomething positive about person to you. the neK zo_ Aftrm a good quality in the personnexrro vou. 27.

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34. Whatdid youenjoymostin seconoary school? 35. Whatdid youenjoymostin college universig? or 36. Whatchildish things youstilldoas an do 37. Whatis thefunniest storyyourmother te adutt? s about vou?

could change things two about way were the you raised, woutd whar they f#, 39. Where youfeel did warmest safest a child? and as oo yourfavou.ite chitdhood mernories timespenr your of with fathef f*?,;".,ff;t
AboutMy Famtty Howmanybrcthers sistersdo youhave and andwhoare you closest 11. to? 42. Getlrourselves groupsof people into withthefollowing criteria: a. EHestin the fam v b. Youngesin thehhitv c. Somewhere 'd. Onlyciild in the middle in lhe family Sharewith oneanotherwhat you likeand dislikeaboutbeingio thatposffi.,i:{: 43. Couples share to howandwheretneyfrst met. .+4.Eetween agesof Z and .l2... the (primary scftool) [euakereuestions] a. Wheredid youfive? b. tb,y manybmlhersand sistersdid youhave? c. Whatkind.oftransportation puit*i, did "L, o. who was the personyou fett closestlo? e- when did Godbemme rnorethan a wordto you?
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About Myself 47. Whattalents youwishyouhad? do 48. Of all the material possessions have, you whichgivesyou 49. Whatdo youthinkabout whenyoucantsleep? S. itemsfrom yourpurseand wallet.Sharc something aboutyourself I:!" l*: through them. the mostpleasure?

5'1.On punctuality, whi,rh category youfaltinto?Why?Canyou improve it? do on a. Mostofthe timelate.lt hasbecome habitno matterhowyou a try to overcome it. b. Justin time,mosuy. willbe pantr:ng rushing. I ftom c. Afiive ahesdof time,within30 minutes the aAriatmeeting of or ap@intedtime. 52. P-uta few items into a smallbox, eg. pen,pencil,wa et, kelrs,watch,etc. On a o xo preceot pap€r. writedo/vn-your mme. Foldit and dropit intoa seoarale Dox.

relate itemwiththepu"on "nO"rpf"in ,n"nv] an : 53. Whatis tha bestgiftthatyoucangive to fourself.r
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62. Whatis theone thingyouwantto accomptish nextweek? 63. Whatroomin yourhouse youlikebest? do 64, Tellus aboutyourtirstda.te. 65. Whatis yourhobby? Whatis theth,ng do to relax? you 66. Why did you chooseto five,inKL (or About Myself - My Feetings 67. Do you worrypositively negativety? or Why? 68. What is your greatestworryin life? the name your town cifi? of or

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you kindof store would liketo ownandoperate? What is for home? What youridealdriveway yourdream jumped queue persons frontof you? you two in would do if someone What you 1000years, lf you couldtakea pillthatwouldenable to liveuntilyou reach you would do it? why? would youdo? do friend.What yourfriends a startbelittting common At a meat, relationship? Whatdo youvaluemostin a human o? in whatpoint the.future in workonlyonce, that lf youhada timemachine would you would visit? history whatwould carry onlyonething, and lf youwere go andliveon themoon could to it be? 0OO. lnformeveryone theyhavejust beengiven$1 OOO Let eachsharehow that gained.fortune. theywould theirnewly use ut Myseli- My Chrlstian Life present; as Pastor a birthday Whatb onethingyouwouldliketo giveto yourSenior andwhy? yrould liketo do if givena choice you ofjob in heaven? What that Which thethings of nature. God'screation observing by We canappreo'ate you Godhascreated fascinates the most? Why living? orwhy you life Would bewilling livea simpler thanyouarecunently to not? do lf you wereto die this very moment, you knowwhereyou wouldspend etemM E)elain. you? about to wouldyoulikeothers follow Whatexamples

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95. Whatis usuay thefirstthing thatcomes mind to whenyouthinkabout cod? 96. Inwhatareas your is it most of life difficult trustGod?Otherpeopte? to yourself? 97. Whohasbeenthegreatest influence yourChristian andwhy? on life 98. Whatmadeyoudecide attend church to ihis <nsed the name yourChurch>. of 99. Howwould liveyourlifediff€renflyyouknew you if Jesus wascoming backagain in six months, time? '100. you Do have-a vision yourownlife?lf youhave,share for whatyourvtsion lf is. not,whynot? 101.Whatdo youthinkdelights above cod everything in yourlife? else 102.Whatdo youwantwritten yourtombstone? on 103.Whatdo you.want at yourfuneral? said 104.Vvhat don'tyouwanlsaidat yourfuneral? 105. WouLiybu like to knowtheexactdateot yourdeath? 106.Whodidcod useto bring to thepoint you where knewyou needed you Jesus? i 07. if )'cu courd change praces a Bibte with characier, w6uioy.orichoose? jdA who wh 108.WhatiSyourfavoudte bookof the Bibte?WhW
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