Searching for church planters, but aren't sure of the best places to look? Here are a few.
A ChurchPlanterDepot where you could find in one place the right people for a church planting project would be nice. But alas, there is no such place. And honestly, it is probably good that we have to search for such leaders.
Actually, I think that church planters were once more readily available because there were not as many church plants. Denominations created ways that raised them up, or the planters came to denominations for opportunities, training, and other resources. There was a small but steady stream back in the day.
Today, God is still calling church planters, and more of them. But these planters are not banging down the doors of denominations. Between the flourishing of the internet and a growing number of independent networks, a church planter today can take a different route to starting a church.
Many denominations would still like to see the kingdom grow through new churches. Now, they are having to intentionally find and develop planters. Networks are doing this as well, but it's mostly denominations asking where they can find planters. Keep reading