Tuesday, March 07, 2017
Church-Planting Shifts, Part One: The Launch
Consider your people group and the time of year.
Church planting is somewhat of an entrepreneurial enterprise that tends to be on the front end of change, both catalyzing change and being catalyzed by change.
This is the crux of what I want to discuss in this four-part series. The series is intended to keep grounding us in the realities of church planting while helping us seek creative ways to engage with our specific contexts.
Let me be honest, church planters tend to think that their individual and local church-planting model is the norm globally. That’s not the case.
Furthermore, our tendency is to cling to whatever conference we attended and mold our plant around a personality, model, or successful movement. That also makes it hard to think about different methodologies being helpful and appropriate. Read More
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 11:43 AM