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Episode 523: Should I Plant a House Church?


by NewChurches.com:

In Episode 523 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss house church planting.

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

Why house churches might become more popular
How cultural disruption might change church practices

 Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

“There is a context, a place if you will, for nimble, small, and rapidly reproducing right now. And that’s the spot where church planters find themselves.” – @edstetzer
“I think a house church can have all of the biblical marks of a church.” – @edstetzer
“Remember that house churches are foreign feeling to most people in the United States, Canada, and most of the English speaking western world.” – @edstetzer
“People may start becoming more accustomed to smaller, more intentional gatherings.” – @edstetzer
“Cultural disruption is always a gospel opportunity.” – @edstetzer
“Sometimes a cultural disruption leads to a disruption of a common practice, and one of our common practices is we gather in large groups for worship.” – @edstetzer
“We could see an aversion to large groups, and an openness to small groups.” – @edstetzer

Recommended Resources:

Listen to Episode 521: I’m Planting a Church This Month
Listen to the Stetzer Leadership Podcast
Read “Marks of a Biblical Church” by Ed Stetzer
Read “Counting People Who Attend House Churches” by Ed Stetzer

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