This is the question I’ve been asking myself since I finished reading Stephen Gray’s Planting Fast-growing Churches last weekend.
After struggling to plant a church in the early 90s, and sacrificing much to make it happen, I believe that it’s necessary for church plants to have the necessary funding to succeed.
It’s Valentine’s Day today. My wife and I went on a picnic yesterday for lunch and later we enjoyed dinner out. We had a great time together
There are not any missional movements in the United States. At least not yet.
I saw both of these videos at the National New Church Conference in Orlando in April. I think they do a good job of pointing out the tension that exists between the established, institutional church and new forms of church today.
Joshua Pillai is the Director of DAWN South India. I met him in the coffee shop in the lobby of the Nakshatra Hotel in Secunderabad, India. When I arrived at the airport that morning, I discovered that my flight had been changed and wouldn’t depart until after midnight.
I am very excited about this new church plant in Tucson, Arizona. John Phipps is a new church planter with the MCWD and they had a great story on the local news last weekend about his new church.