Five Ways to Know Your Community
Home > Blog > Five Ways to Know Your Community Five Ways to Know Your Community By Jason Daye If your church wants to be effective at building bridges into your community, then you must have a good understanding of your local community. Where are you? Who lives around you? […]
Episode 452: I Want to Plant a Church. How Do I Tell My Pastor?
by NewChurches.com: In Episode 452 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss how to approach a conversation with your lead pastor about your interest in church planting. “How do you have a conversation about you wanting to plant a church with your lead pastor?” In This Episode, You’ll […]
Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email Over the years, New Breed asked a bunch of planters if they could do something different, what would it be? Without any hesitation, almost all of them will say that they wished they’d reached out better to the pastors of established churches before they’d […]
Episode 439: Should I Pursue Using a Declining Church’s Building?
by NewChurches.com: In Episode 439 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss how a church planter should approach a declining church about a merger. “My name is Bart and I am planting a church in Sarasota, FL. We are currently renting the building that we meet in every […]
Episode 427: Collaborative Church Planting
by NewChurches.com: In Episode 426 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed, along with Neil Power and John James, discuss collaborative church planting and reaching your city. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: How a generosity of Spirit helps you overcome tribal boundaries Why there is a great need for […]
MEETING WITH THE MAYOR
Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: In the last Blog post we talked about COGs and catering your church plant to the community. But how do you find out what the community needs? I have a few suggestions. MEETING WITH THE MAYOR The easy way is to […]
FINDING THE MARKETPLACE
Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: Paul was bi-vocational. It was partly so that he could eat. It was partly so that he could support his team (Acts 20:4). I believe, however, that Paul could have asked almost anything he wanted from his churches support-wise, but instead […]
16 (Nearly Free) Ways to Increase Community Awareness of Your Church
by Rich Birch: If the people in your community don’t know that your church exists, they won’t ever join your church. If nobody in your city is aware of your church’s services or Sunday gatherings, you’ve lost a chance to connect those people to your discipleship process. A frequently overlooked […]