“Let’s not be on a mission of community; let’s be a community on mission.”
At the Exponential Conference in Orlando yesterday, someone asked Pastor Tim Keller of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan – “Why don’t we see movements in America?”
When I was at the Exponential Conference this week, I went to a seminar with bloggers. Generally speaking, I didn’t walk away with a whole lot to think about; however, they did have some good thoughts for those who may want to start blogging. So – if that’s you, here are some things you may want to consider.
From Mark DeYmaz at the Exponential Conference…
This morning at the Exponential Conference, I attended a session that focused on multi-ethnic church planting. This is becoming a growing passion for me. I believe that church planting in America must embrace starting multi-ethnic churches.
I’ve enjoyed connecting with my friends Hugh Halter and Matt Smay here at the Exponential Conference in Orlando. I found this interview online about their new book. Check it out… Why did you write this book?
I am at the National New Church Conference in Orlando, Florida this week. I arrived a day earlier to attend a Pre-Conference Intensive on “Attractional AND Incarnational Church Planting.”
I got a copy today of The Tangible Kingdom by Hugh Halter and Matt Smay.
The key question that every believer needs to ask is: “Do I want to be part of a movement of God’s people or do I just want to help grow a larger church?” While movements will result in the multiplication of churches, movements are not only about multiplying churches.