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When you go on a journey with others, there is always the question concerning who is going to drive. Winfield Bevins shares three of the things that "drive" a church plant on its journey.

When you go on a journey with others, there is always the question concerning who is going to drive. Winfield Bevins shares three of the things that "drive" a church plant on its journey.

Aaron Perry shares a concrete example of what it looks like to claim a gospel narrative to inform your church plant.

What do the gospels have to say about your particular congregation? Aaron Perry shares how adopting a gospel narrative can help guide your church plant.

Do we really understand our identity as the church? Matt Leroy shares what it means to be the "Called Out Ones."

Sometimes it seems like there is a division between "regular" pastors and church planters. Winfield Bevins shares how all the parts are necessary and that every church is intertwined as part of the global Body of Christ.

What do you think the mission of a church plant is? Aaron Perry shares how our idea of mission needs to shift when considering a church plant.

Contextualizing the gospel for the area and time you are in is essential. Adam Knight shares his top 5 Scripture passages for his church plant's context.

We talk about proper exegesis when crafting a sermon, but what other ways can exegesis be applied to ministry? Rosario Picardo explains what exegesis means when applied to culture and how properly exegeting the culture you serve can make a world of difference in ministry.

As a church planter, is it a bad idea to talk about politics, or could it be a way to open dialogue? Whatever your opinion may be, the topic will probably still come up. Here are some useful tips for navigating such conversations.

We hear so much about the faith of our fathers, but what about the great women of faith? Carolyn Moore shares 10 women of faith you may not know about and what their contributions mean to us now.

In this video interview, Winfield Bevins and Dan Alger sit down to discuss both the positive contributions and the cultural barriers of planting a church in the Anglican tradition. They conclude that the richness of Anglicanism is fertile ground for missional work in 21st century America.

In a society that values picking yourself up by your bootstraps and taking care of yourself, what do you do when you can't? David Goss shares about the value of understanding God as provider.

What can we learn from global church planting efforts? Winfield Bevins shares ministry wisdom gained from global contexts.