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Helpful Church Planting Posts

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  • www.newchurches.com

    In Episode 478 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss launching a campus in downtown. “What advice would you give me to launch a campus in the downtown area of my city?” In This Episode, You’ll Discover: Why knowing what parking is available is vital in a downtown location When the right time read more…

  • www.discipleship.org

    For I have given you an example, you should do just as I have done for you. (John 13:15) By Katie Yates: Different seasons in life have brought about opportunities to grow in my friendships with others. In my years as a youth pastor, it was always clear as to whom I was to invest my read more…

  • Psst. Church leaders. Let’s rap about Zoom. You know the whole video conferencing thing that has become even more of a thing in the last few weeks, as COVID-19 has taken over? I don’t want to talk about the stock price ZOOM-ing incredibly high (even if people are buying the wrong stock). Sorry, I’ll take read more…

  • www.churchplantingtactics.com

    by Patrick Bradley: The US government has approved a stimulus package to help small businesses and nonprofits across the country. And it’s OK to use the Payroll Protection Program for church plants. Have you seen the daily webinars about this? It’s been a fast moving target since the government wrote it, approved it and enacted read more…

  • In part one of this article, we looked at four important criteria for creating digital community in your church, and gave some quick recommendations if you want to pursue a decentralized approach where you empower individual group leaders with one or more suggested platforms, provide coaching and training on those platforms, and then set them read more…

  • www.unseminary.com

    A mentorship relationship starts with purpose and intentional relationship. Kevin stated that, “More time with fewer people is greater kingdom impact.” At Radical Mentorship, their mentorship groups are high commitment, as they call their participants to application and high standards. Radical Mentoring’s groups meet once a month for three hours at the homes of mentors read more…

  • by Jeff Reed: With the reductions and restrictions of large gatherings over the past week, churches all over the world have been forced to create a space for their church family to gather together on the weekend, without physically being next to one another. For portable City Light Church in Rochester Hills, MI, this meant read more…