Instead of attracting people to church, local churches have a responsibility to equip every believer as missionaries in their neighborhoods and workplaces! The problem in many churches is that “consumer Christians” are coming on Sundays to receive the goods and services that the staff offers them.
This Missional Challenge blog is all about aligning every believer with the mission of Jesus!
Planting churches is hard work! Most church planters know this.
The number one limiting factor in reaching the harvest is leadership. The future of the church is in its leaders.
Martin Robinson and Dwight Smith’s book Invading Secular Space challenges the Church to live out the mission of Jesus!
How is your life aligned with the mission of Jesus? How are you engaging those in the culture around you with the message of the gospel? This is the challenge facing every believer
Traditional training for church planters often focuses on preparing to launch worship services to hopefully make disciples. But what if church planters and their teams focused on making disciples who make disciples first – even before starting worship services?
Like Paul the Apostle, you are on a mission. Though your circumstances are less dramatic and dire than Paul’s, do you know that the mission is still the same?
Twenty-five years ago in February of 1986, God was shaping my vision of training and coaching church planters
There are many things that church planters need to pay attention to while starting a church. Often the focus is on the number of people that show up on Sunday, the number of bills in the offering plate, and the number of cars in the parking lot.