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What’s the Church Planter Collective?

The Church Planter Collective is a community of thought leaders and practitioners, from the newly minted to the veterans, committed to networking and encouraging church planters with the richness of the Wesleyan theological vision and tradition.

Who’s it for?

Church planters, network leaders, and congregations committed to multiplication.

Recent Articles


What do you do when someone in your congregation needs emotional or psychological help you aren't equipped to provide? Misty Lawrence shares the importance of having a network of counselors to draw from.

Tis the season for stewardship campaigns. Adam Knight shares how to set up a plan that works with your church plant.

Where should your church plant meet? Where is the prime location for you? Join Dr. Ed Love, National Director for Church Multiplication of the Wesleyan Church to hear about the nuts and bolts of selecting a church plant location.

What can something as worldly and commercialized as the iPhone teach the church? Samuel Ahn shares the strong impact of feeling like you're a part of a larger community and something that is bigger than yourself.

Are you considering planting a video venue location where the preaching and teaching will be live-streamed over a screen? Aaron Perry shares some of the benefits of this model of spreading the gospel.

New to a community? How do you make the most of the opportunity? How do you dive in without disrupting too many waters? Join Dr. Bob Kaylor and learn some missiological reminders to be applied to learning your new community.

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.

What are the things leaders should and should not do on social media? Heidi Heater shares some solid tips.

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.

You're sensing it's time to move, but what is your next step? Transitions are hard on pastors, churches, and the incoming pastor. But there is a next step. There is a way forward. Join Dr. Bob Kaylor as he describes a process for transitions.

A capital campaign is a tough thing to undertake! Christine O'Brien shares some helpful tips for making yours a success!

How do you know if you are ready to run the race of church planting? Eric Hallett shares wisdom on knowing whether you are called as well as whether you are ready.

How can you empower your laypeople to serve? Kathy Rohrs shares how to equip them to lead in the ministry of the church.

This week we sat down with Justin Bradbury to talk about the importance of forming partnerships when planting a church and ways to do so.