In this level of the B12 process, the Christian leader begins to lead his own Bgroup and works towards developing his B12 group (made up of leaders whom he will mentor).
This is to my Father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples. You did not choose Me, but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit—fruit that will last.
The goal of a disciple is to open his Bgroup. Within one year that Bgroup should become a group of twelve leaders. This is done throughout the months where the people are in School of Leaders. The objective is that in a year, twelve people will be members of a B12. This is the anointing of multiplication. When a church is simply adding the growth is slow. However, when it multiplies, through each cell member having twelve leaders, that has a truly powerful impact on a city.
It is a continuous cycle where all who receive Christ are trained to train others. We achieve turning believers into leaders when we involve them in a process of spiritual formation and form the character of Christ in them. This way, they can be a faithful reflection of Jesus. The Great Commission indicates that we should “go and make disciples… teaching them to guard all the things that Jesus has taught us” (Matthew 28:20).
As each leader is formed, they are also prepared to be sent back into the culture to establish the Kingdom of God in one person, and one family at a time. They use what they have learned from their cell leaders and teachers to Win Souls and Make Disciples. Then, they take their new converts through the same process that they have completed. This way they are successful in their life in Christ, as they become an exponentially powerful disciple of Jesus Christ.