Yes, the gospel can be shared from a distance across all kinds of media. But it’s most effective, and spreads at a much more rapid pace, when passed directly from the carrier to the recipient in close personal contact.
Faith is the ability to see in the dark. It’s the capacity of a leader to look beyond all the reasons a church can’t move forward, and motivate people to advance. We call this vision.
Regular Baptist Church Planting wants to help you cast a new vision that helps you build teams and develop leaders.
Every mission has a launching point. At some point, we must move beyond our good intent and execute our game plan. If we love the lost, then it’s time to intentionally reach the lost. No more excuses.
Christians and churches have a tendency to be inward focused. It’s time to bust out of our circle of complacency and engage in a rescue.
Church plants don’t happen by accident. They are the result of leaders who determine to take proactive steps to reproduce their ministries. Here are six practices of churches that multiply.
For real momentum to occur in any national movement, smaller, regional units must be committed to the overall agenda and purposes of the entire organization. Denominations and networks with a solid track record of church planting on a national level have done just that.
The process that leads to planting a new church comes with some unexpected benefits. In short, the path to church reproduction leads to revitalization.
Planting churches is all about loving our neighbors. But before we can reach our neighbors, we first have to know our neighbors.