Are you struggling to counsel the people who are attending your church plant? Aaron Perry has some helpful advice.
Are you looking to grow as a leader? Church Planter Collective shares some wisdom on counter-cultural leadership.
The Christmas season is the most busy season in the life of a church. Church Planter Collective shares some tips to help you survive the season.
Sometimes, in church planting, it feels like you are trying to reinvent the wheel. What would a veteran church planter have to say to someone getting ready to plant their first church? Eric Hallett shares some advice from the other side of the plant.
Was your Christmas good? Could it have been better? Faith Hooper shares how important it is to evaluate to see what was uplifting and what you might do differently next year.
It maybe tempting, but a move may not be the best choice for you. Charles Arn shares when and why a church planter may be better suited to stay put.
The apostle Paul was a bi-vocational church planter, so shouldn't everyone else interested in church planting today, also? In today's article, Rosario Picardo shares 3 pros and cons of this approach, with the hope that this helps us reflect on how mainline denominations in the United States can produce thriving, healthy churches once again.
I go to plant a church because they need me! Aaron Saenz reveals that you may need them more than they need you.
Those of us who live as missionaries and plant new churches often come to a point in ministry where we feel cut down and abandoned. I don’t know a veteran church planter who hasn’t felt those feelings and even wondered if they weren’t cut out for the work God had called them to.
Do you want to invest in the next generation of church planters? Roz Picardo shares ways you can intentionally mentor them.