To what are church planters actually called? Church Planter Collective shares 6 reminders from Dr. Will Willimon on the calling of a church planter.
How do you know if you are ready to run the race of church planting? Eric Hallett shares wisdom on knowing whether you are called as well as whether you are ready.
Once we are followers of Christ, the Lord continues to stretch us, grow us, challenge us, and guide us, all in the goal of making us more like Jesus. God is in the life-changing business.
Are you strategizing a church plant? Aaron Perry explains how your theological perspective can affect your church plant.
How can we begin to develop the relationships needed to combat the most segregated hour in America? Christian Cheairs explains that many churches are turning to small group formats to address racial reconciliation.
What can other world views teach us about community building? Carolyn Moore shares two keys to building strong community. Hint: There are no lone rangers.
The real measure of church health is the evidence of fruit — lasting fruit, abundant fruit, Kingdom fruit. The key to producing this fruit is constantly asking ourselves the question, "What business are we in?”
One of the principal motivations for planting new churches is to reach people no one else is reaching. In my opinion, that is the only reason to plant new churches. Admittedly, people who love unchurched people will want to join a church planter in the adventure, but beware of church people because they will derail your church plant.
If you are like me, you have probably had a bad small group experience at least once in your life. It’s not enough to just know what good small groups are, but we also need to know what they are not. This article takes a look at five things small groups aren't.
Are you looking to grow as a leader? Church Planter Collective shares some wisdom on counter-cultural leadership.