Mission | Seedbed

Maybe you are thinking, Why do we need to start new churches? In today's article, Winfield Bevins responds to six myths that commonly surround the mandate to plant churches.

Preaching and administering the sacrament can be an enhancement for contextual ministry, rather than a detriment. Read more from Travis Collins to learn about these opportunities.

The biblical mandate for the church is to make disciples of all nations. In today's article, Robert Coleman explores this call and suggests that church planting is a unique way to fulfill this calling.

Does the church really need super star pastors, that can do it all? Howard Snyder challenges us to think more biblically about church leadership and the body of Christ.

Incarnation is not just a matter of tweaking our delivery method. It’s about planting new forms of church in bowling alleys, fitness centers, restaurants, etc.

In contrast to traditional views, the Bible describes the church in the midst of culture, struggling to maintain its fidelity while tainted by the corrosive acids of paganism and Jewish legalism.

Truly missional pastors are both missional and pastoral. And yet missional pastors understand that to be ingrown is to become flabby and weak as a congregation.

Maybe our success could be measured by our willingness to crucify our metrics. Read more from this provocative read by Sam Donica.

Jesus remains a popular figure in North America, but the same could not be said of the church's reputation. Read more from Travis Collins as he shares both the problem and hope of the church's future.
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In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Graham Singh challenges us to consider letting certain forms of church die, in order that new forms may live.