The advice is good, as far as it goes. “Your ability to plant a church successfully is dependent upon your community’s spiritual fertility,” writes Ben Arment. Five plus years into planting, I
I’m a fan of Gimlet Media. When I was in the early stages of church planting, I loved listening to season one of Startup Podcast. I found commonalities between starting a new
Stephen Kneale seems to have touched a nerve last week. In his excellent blog Building Jerusalem, he wrote: I am increasingly dubious of our use of the term ‘church planter’. I am, in
A former student of mine went to pastor an older church. That church celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. As part of their celebration, they raised money to give to a new church.
I believe that every church should be involved, at some level, with church planting. For some, this will mean actually parenting a church. For others, it will involve financially giving to a church