Aesthetics matter when communicating with others. Wes Wilcox shares some graphic design basics for church application.
We are to pray and work for the coming of the kingdom here and now, in every nook and niche of creation.
Wesleyans and Methodists were some of the very early successful church planters in America centuries ago. In this video interview, Ed Stetzer shares why the heritage of church planting is essential to reclaim, and why Wesleyans are specially positioned to do so in America.
The relationship between missionaries and their supporting churches has a long history, all the way back to the sending of Paul and Barnabas from Antioch (Acts 13). Over recent decades, that relationship had developed assumptions and expectations, some of which may need to be questioned or simply relinquished due to changes in technology, travel, globalization, and new understandings of mission.
Are you called to church planting? Stephen Elliott shares 11 ways to find out whether this is the vocation for you!
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Christian Selvaratnam of Alpha encourages those considering church-planting to use Alpha as a launching pad for gathering people together in new churches.
Watch this Seven Minute Seminary video by William Chaney of Path1 ministries as he shares three steps to launching a fundraising campaign and understanding those who want to give to your church plant.
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.
It's important to recognize the natural seasons of church planting in order to be faithful to the biblical great commission. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary video by William Chaney of Path1 ministries.
Because fresh expression of church will be such a new concept to so many in your congregation, it should be helpful to anticipate some of the questions they likely will ask.