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Planting Missional Churches

Author : Ed Stetzer
ISBN : 9781433692154
Genre : Religion
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Planting a church is one of the most exciting adventures you’ll ever embark on. It’s also one of the hardest. It requires initiative, leadership, strategy, systems, and a lot of prayer. In this second edition of Planting Missional Churches, not only will you find a completely redesigned book with new content in every single chapter, but you will also find several new chapters on topics such as church multiplication, residencies, multi-ethnic ministry, multisite, denominations and networks, and spiritual leadership. So if you’re planting a church, be prepared. Use this book as a guide to build the needed ministry areas so that you can multiply over and over again. For additional resources visit www.newchurches.com/PMC.

Apostolic Church Planting

Author : J. D. Payne
ISBN : 9780830898909
Genre : Religion
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Church planting is not just about gathering new communities of people who are already Christians. In the book of Acts, church plants begin with sharing the gospel. Planting churches flows naturally out of making disciples. Pastor J. D. Payne explains the process and stages of church planting, with biblical foundations and practical steps for planting teams. He provides a pathway for the multiplication of disciples, leaders and churches. Here are church planting strategies and activities that are simple, highly reproducible and can be implemented by ordinary team members, not just by charismatic leaders. This guide can be used for planting in contexts among any given people group, domestically or internationally. It is an ideal resource for teams to work through together as they follow God's call in their community.

Kingdom First

Author : Jeff Christopherson
ISBN : 9781433688836
Genre : Religion
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Authors Jeff Christopherson and Mac Lake call readers to imagine a movement that vividly remembers the insubstantial days of a mustard seed with a sense of awe and wonder when looking at the indescribable harvest that stands all around. Though the kingdom of God can't be forced by superficial methods, the good news is that when you move past the threshold of your competency and comfort, you find yourself in the very spot where God can use you like no other.

Starting A New Church

Author : Ralph Moore
ISBN : 9780830729661
Genre : Religion
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According to the author perhaps our greatest responsibility is to evangelize our own generation. Yet established churches are not able to do that. In fact, rising generations of Americans live in ignorance of Jesus Christ and have no moral absolutes. Aggressive church planting, the author believes, is the answer to the problem, because new churches focus on the needs of each new generation and present biblical truth in the cultural context that best reaches those people. The objectives of this book are to lay down the challenge to consider becoming a church planter while at the same time screen out wishful thinking and focus on the practical challenges of church planting. This authoritative and edgy message is the next thing in evangelism.

Planting Growing Churches For The 21st Century

Author : Aubrey Malphurs
ISBN : 1585580767
Genre : Religion
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If the church is to thrive in the twenty-first century, it will have to take on a new form as it ministers to the 120 million unchurched people in the United States. Planting Growing Churches for the 21st Century is still virtually the only available text on church planting in North America and beyond. In this third edition, readers will find material on the importance of healthy, biblical change in our churches, updated appendixes, insight on our postmodern ministry context, and strategies for reaching new population demographics such as Generations X and Y. Pastors, ministry leaders, and church planters will find the information and advice found in this book invaluable as they carry out their ministries.

Launch Starting A New Church From Scratch Large Print 16pt

Author : Nelson Searcy
ISBN : 9781459606579
Genre : Religion
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Thinking about starting a church but feel like everything is stacked against you? Let authors Nelson Searcy and Kerrick Thomas, both pastors at The Journey Church of the City, offer you specific strategies for beginning a church from scratch. As true practitioners, they launched a New York City church with no members, no money and no staff, and then watched membership skyrocket to more than a thousand people in three years! How did they do it? You'll discover clear, proven strategies for planning services, building a team, raising funds, evangelism and rapidly developing a growing membership. Specific advice is included for reaching that often difficult-to-target demographic, the 20- to 40-year-old. You'll also get an insider's look at The Journey Church of the City as a model for church planting.

Church Planting Thresholds A Gospel Centered Guide

Author : Clint Clifton
ISBN : 9781483452739
Genre : Religion
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Church Planting Thresholds will guide you through each stage of the church planting journey exploring both the why's and the how's of church planting. Built around 70 "Thresholds" that serve as progress mileposts along the church planting journey, this simple guide will serve ordinary Christians as they attempt to fulfill the great commission through church planting.

Church Planter

Author : Darrin Patrick
ISBN : 9781433515798
Genre : Religion
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Much of what is written about church planting aims at methodology and strategy for facing such challenges, but specific strategies do not apply to every context. What lies deeper, at the heart ofevery church plant? The most critical human component of every church plant is the planter. Darrin Patrick, vice president of the Acts 29 Church Planting Network, looks at what Scripture teaches about this man’s character, his teaching, and the aim of his church. Offering guidance and wisdom from years of experience, Patrick reminds us that ultimately no church will succeed apart from a man with a message who leads a church on a mission. This book is for every Christian leader. Church Planter is an essential resource for those considering planting a church or already in such a plant, and maybe even more important for those leading an established church. It has wide-ranging application for elders and leadership teams seeking to better understand how the gospel must take root in their church. Avoiding an over-emphasis on particular models or methods, Patrick lays out biblical principles and sound wisdom as he urges the church to return to biblical criteria for determining the man, the message, and the mission God uses to build his church.

Church In The Making

Author : Ben Arment
ISBN : 9780805464733
Genre : Religion
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Good ground. Rolling rocks. Deep roots. Church in the Making looks to where God is already working and then effectively organizes the work of church planting for maximum success.

The Church As Movement

Author : JR Woodward
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Genre : Religion
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Planting churches is challenging enough. Doing so in a way that reflects the viral movement of the early New Testament church is even more difficult. To meet this challenge, today's planters and pastors need to develop the right skills for the journey ahead and learn from experienced guides who have created sustainable missional and incarnational congregations.JR Woodward (author of Creating a Missional Culture) and Dan White Jr. have trained church planters all over North America. In this book, they will help you gain eight key competencies crucial for church planting:disciple makingintegrated spiritualitymissional theologyecclesial architecturecommunity formationmissional-incarnational practicemovement intelligencepolycentric leadershipIt's not enough to understand why the church needs more missional and incarnational congregations. This book will also show you how to get there. It is ideal for use with a team so that you can create churches that flourish and launch their own congregations. This is the church as movement, the way Jesus has called our congregations to live and move in the world.

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