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📒Planting Missional Churches ✍ Ed Stetzer
✏Planting Missional Churches Book Summary : 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.
📒Planting Missional Churches ✍ Ed Stetzer
✏Planting Missional Churches Book Summary : 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.
✏A Strategy for Planting Missional Churches to Include and Disciple the Postmodern People in the South of Brazil Book Summary :
📒Starting Missional Churches ✍ Mark Branson
✏Starting Missional Churches Book Summary : All mission is local the people of God joining the work of God in a particular place. In Starting Missional Churches Mark Lau Branson and Nicholas Warnes introduce us to seven missional churches while examining common challenges regarding their genesis. Using stories, interviews with pastors and a look at common preconceived notions of church planting in the West, this guide brings together resources of the missional church conversation with the creativity and energy of those who are experimenting with diverse planting activities and practices across the country. Curated by a pastor and a professor, this work highlights diverse modern examples of congregations focused on reaching their communities with a missional mindset. Learn from these stories how to build a vibrant, engaging church—one that generates redemptive witness in our neighborhoods and in our world.
📒Breaking The Missional Code ✍ Ed Stetzer
✏Breaking the Missional Code Book Summary : The authors provide expert insight on church culture and church vision casting, along with case studies of successful modern missional churches.
📒The Missional Church In Perspective The Missional Network ✍ Craig Van Gelder
✏The Missional Church in Perspective The Missional Network Book Summary : In this book, two leading ministry experts place the missional church conversation in historical perspective and offer fresh insights for its further development. They begin by providing a helpful review of the genesis of the missional church and offering an insightful critique of the Gospel and Our Culture Network's seminal book Missional Church, which set the conversation in motion. They map the diverse paths this discussion has taken over the past decade, identifying four primary branches and ten sub-branches of the conversation and placing over one hundred published titles and websites into this framework. The authors then utilize recent developments in biblical and theological perspectives to strengthen and extend the conversation about missional theology, the church's interaction with culture and cultures, and church organization and leadership in relation to the formation of believers as disciples. Professors, students, and church leaders will value this comprehensive overview of the missional movement. It includes a foreword by Alan J. Roxburgh.
📒Planting New Churches In A Postmodern Age ✍ Ed Stetzer
✏Planting New Churches in a Postmodern Age Book Summary : "Len Sweet talks about Planting New Churches in a Postmodern Age as that one-stop, one-shop wonder that makes obsolete all the alternatives. In this book, Ed Stetzer lays out a case for missional church planting and then describes the process to plant healthy new churches. He combines the theological and the practical in one book. The book looks at cultures and how to reach persons in those cultures through the tools within the cultures themselves. It also provides a new look at emerging trends in churches reaching postmoderns. Then, it provides step by step instructions about how to plant churches in today's world. Sections include ""Basics of Church Planting,"" which explores the biblical and theological basis for planting, ""Church Planting Nuts and Bolts"" which provides those essential practical tools, and ""Understanding Cultures and Models,"" which provides fresh insights into reaching people in today's world. Solid experience (from Stetzer and dozens of examples), Biblical roots, and fresh insights into the postmodern world make this a must read for the church planting hoping to make an impact."
📒Created And Led By The Spirit ✍ Mary Sue Dehmlow Dreier
✏Created and Led by the Spirit Book Summary : This fifth Missional Church Series volume seeks to bring historical clarity, biblical and theological substance, and practical guidance to church planting. The nine contributors -- many of them experienced church-planting pastors -- offer diverse yet cohesive perspectives on the Spirit's missional church planting in our time. Section One presents three essays which address missional church planting as a theological practice, with particular attention given to the activity of the Holy Spirit within the context of God's Trinitarian life. Section Two grounds church planting initiatives in the generative soil of story. The two essays in this section narrate how specific congregations provide glimpses of the Holy Spirit in action, supplying the reader with hints for how history might lead to future expectations of the Holy Spirit's ongoing church planting activity. Three essays in Section Three focus on new frontiers appearing on the church planting horizon, and an epilogue provides a sermon which orients church planting efforts in witness that flows from the heart of God. In this book readers will find fresh insights into an exciting new future created and led by the Spirit. Contributors: Daniel Anderson Leith Anderson Paul Chung Mary Sue Dehmlow Dreier Todd Hobart Harvey Kwiyani Lois Malcolm Susan Tjornehoj Miroslav Volf
📒German Pentecostal Church Planting 1945 2005 ✍ Paul Clark
✏German Pentecostal Church Planting 1945 2005 Book Summary : What factors led to the successful founding of Pentecostal congregations in Germany in the past sixty years? This historical and cultural study of Pentecostal church planting since World War II provides insights for social scientists, German church planters, and missionaries. Clark identifies key principles that will propel successful church planting endeavors in the twenty-first century by exploring the dynamics of intentional mission in a post-Christian European setting and observing the various methodologies and approaches of Pentecostal church planting.
📒Urban Church Planting ✍ Stephen M. Davis
✏Urban Church Planting Book Summary : For the last couple decades, urban church planting has been all the rage. This has been a blessing for the city. This has also been a curse for many who sensed a call, saw a need, and left for a life of adventure, only to leave the city after a short time. Many left behind no church and live with memories of failure and frustration. They were eager, well-supported, not a little naive, and unprepared for life and ministry in the city. Urban church planting is not for everyone. It is not more important than church planting elsewhere. But if you believe God has called you to urban ministry, read this book before you go. It is written by a city guy, freed from the romanticism often associated with planting churches in the city. If after reading this you still believe God is calling you to the city, then by all means go. If not, know that God can use you elsewhere.