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THE DNA OF A HEALTHY CELL. BY HAROLD F. WEITSZ. INTRODUCTION. The following is an article extract about cloning from the Sunday Times newspaper, 27 August, 2000.

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THE DNA OF A HEALTHY CELL

BY HAROLD F. WEITSZ


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INTRODUCTION

The following is an article extract about cloning from the Sunday Times newspaper, 27 August, 2000


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1A cell from the udder of a Finn Dorset ewe is taken to be cloned. The mammary cell contains copies of all genes needed to produce a sheep.

2 Meanwhile an unfertilised egg cell is taken from a Scottish Blackfaced ewe. The nucleus (with its DNA) is sucked out, leaving an empty egg cell containing all the cellular machinery necessary to produce an embryo.

Extracted from the Sunday Times, August 27, 2000 page 21


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4 About six days later, the resulting embryo is implanted in the uterus of the Blackfaced

3 The two cells are placed next to each other, and an electric pulse causes them to fuse together. A second pulse jump-starts cell division.

ewe that will serve as the surrogate mother.

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Extracted from the Sunday Times, August 27, 2000 page 21


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4 About six days later, the resulting embryo is implanted in the uterus of the Blackfaced

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Extracted from the Sunday Times, August 27, 2000 page 21


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4 About six days later, the resulting embryo is implanted in the uterus of the Blackfaced

3 The two cells are placed next to each other, and an electric pulse causes them to fuse together. A second pulse jump-starts cell division.

ewe that will serve as the surrogate mother.

Click to enlarge

Extracted from the Sunday Times, August 27, 2000 page 21


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4 About six days later, the resulting embryo is implanted in the uterus of the Blackfaced

5 After a gestation period, the pregnant Blackfaced ewe gives birth to a baby Finn Dorset lamb, named Dolly, that is a clone of the original donor ewe.

ewe that will serve as the surrogate mother.

Extracted from the Sunday Times, August 27, 2000 page 21


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LET’S LOOK AT THEDNAOF A TYPICAL HEALTHY HOME CELL GROUP


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RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD

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  • Christ consciousness is the DNA of the Cell

  • Prayer Priority

    • Prayer Shield

    • Meeting Prayer needsin the Cell Group

    • Prayer for Oikoscontacts


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BUILDING A LEADERSHIP TEAM

  • Spiritual preparation of a Cell Leader

  • Qualifications forpotential CellLeaders

  • EmpoweringLeaders

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CONDUCTING LIFE CHANGING MEETINGS

  • Favourable environment

  • Praise & Worship and Spiritualatmosphere

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CONDUCTING LIFE CHANGING MEETINGS

  • Cell Dynamics

    • Creative CellFormats andpresentation thereof

    • Facilitation

    • Life cycle and size of Cell

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  • Vision and Goal setting

  • Cell Administration


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SHEPHERDING CELL MEMBERS

  • Servanthood

  • Meeting the Groups Need and Building Loving Relationships

    • Accountability (Sponsor/Sponsee)

    • Delegation of responsibility to all Cell Members

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  • Conflict handling and problem solving (4 levels of relationships)


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SHEPHERDING CELL MEMBERS

  • Body life beyond Group meetings

  • People and Relationship Skills

    • Sensitivity to visitors and unbelievers

    • Effective Follow-Up

  • Recognition and Utilisation of ALL the Giftings in a Cell

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EXPANDING THE MINISTRY

  • Friendship Evangelism

  • MultiplyingHome Cells

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