Tuesday, June 05, 2012
While some church planters struggle to get their ministries up and running, others have seen their church plants grow from nothing more than a vision to megachurches that are attended by thousands of people every weekend.
But just because a church is large doesn't mean it hasn't seen its fair share of trouble, as Mark Driscoll, founding pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Wash., shared with The Christian Post via email this week. Mars Hill began in Driscoll's living room in 1996 when he was just 25 years old, and today is regularly attended by 19,000 people across four different states each weekend.
Driscoll has wondered at times whether or not his church could overcome the obstacles it was faced with, but when doubt begins to set in, he says, he turns to Jesus. Read more
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 11:29 AM