Richard Hunter shares some tips on what he would do differently if he planted another church.
So you're leaving. Do you want to leave well? Adam Knight shares wisdom on how to set things up nicely for the next planter.
Antioch was Paul’s first recorded local church where he was a teaching pastor at the bottom of a multiethnic and multi-gifted Leadership Team (Acts 13:1). Church planting became the heart of the Pauline mission.
The apostle Paul was a bi-vocational church planter, so shouldn't everyone else interested in church planting today, also? In today's article, Rosario Picardo shares 3 pros and cons of this approach, with the hope that this helps us reflect on how mainline denominations in the United States can produce thriving, healthy churches once again.
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.
How can you know whether or not you are called to church planting? Stephen Elliott shares ten ways to help you discern the call of God on your life.
In church planting, if we are to be successful, people need to feel welcome and feel a sense of belonging there. Jacob Mathew shares three small, but highly significant things you can attend to in order to be more effective at reaching all people.
Many pastors sense a call to get involved in church planting, but the next steps can often feel overwhelming. In this Seven Minute Seminary, Ed Stetzer offers a 5 step guide for those pastors called to plant churches. They include: pre-assessment, assessment, boot camp, coaching, reproduction plan.
Aaron Perry shares a concrete example of what it looks like to claim a gospel narrative to inform your church plant.
What happens when you wrestle with God? Wally Harrison shares about leading with a limp.