In this section of the lecture "Church Structures" Craig Ott looks at the main features of the traditional western church and explains how it tends to operate. This type of churches are called "elephant type church" because they are large, strong and solid. There are also "rabbit type churches" which are small but quick to reproduce. So what if we took the best of both? What would happen if we mated an elephant with a rabbit? Is it really possible to have the best of both? Craig Ott thinks that everything is possible with God. Such churches are called cell churches or networked house churches.
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