Whether the church is growing or shrinking, there will always be some who are hurt, angered, or disappointed by it. But could there be fresh expressions, or non-traditional ways of imagining it, that could help restore people to God? Read more from Travis Collins today as he explains a new hope for local communities.
Do we really understand our identity as the church? Matt Leroy shares what it means to be the "Called Out Ones."
In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Ric Thorpe shares how the Church of England transitioned toward a multiplying church-planting movement that has, from the outset, the intention of planting churches that are reproducing themselves.
Matt Lipan had the opportunity of serving as a campus pastor for a large church for 4 years. Here he shares 4 things that any campus pastor should keep in mind. Among them are knowing the end game, or goal of the campus ministry, and embracing the unique setting.
In this episode of The Threshing Floor Joshua interviews the Rev. Carolyn Moore, founding pastor of Mosiac United Methodist Church in Augusta, Georgia. Carolyn shares her story of call, the role her family plays in her ministry, how there needs to be a different conversation about gender roles in leadership.
Is your church plant looking for something to do this Christmas to share the love of God? Church Planter Collective has some fantastic ideas for reaching out to your community.
Head Pastor of Trinity Anglican Church in Atlanta, GA, Kris McDaniel shares his journey into the Anglican church, the appeal of Anglicanism, and his passion for church planting.
We all want to grow our churches, but sometimes we thwart ourselves. Duane Brown from The Mission Society shares some solid advice on how not to shoot yourself in the foot.
Do you really have to leave the mainline church in order to reach people for Jesus these days? Luke Edwards shares how even denominational church structures can build new churches that reach people mainlines would not normally reach.
The global church has long debated the topic of women in leadership and ministry. Even in traditions that support women as pastors, women who are called to church planting often still face unique challenges of their own. Carolyn Moore explains some of these challenges in this Seven Minute Seminary video.