True Fruit of an Evangelist
- Women to Women Peer Mentoring RetreatThu Nov 30 2017 - Sun Dec 3 2017
- 24: Missions Mobilization Directors
Envisioning the Future of MobilizationThu Nov 30 2017, 12:00pm MST - Fri Dec 1 2017, 12:00pm MST
- Creating Pathways (and Reducing Barriers) for Women In Organizational LeadershipMon Dec 4 2017, 5:30pm EST - Tue Dec 5 2017, 8:00pm EST
- 2iC (Second in Command)Tue Dec 5 2017, 12:00pm EST - Wed Dec 6 2017, 12:00pm EST
Are you thoroughly equipped?
Does the BtD model serve as a useful model for discussing divisive issues? Here are five personal perspectives resulting from such interactions.
Build a discipleship framework rooted in daily living and Christian community and the great commission becomes a vivid reality.
Is going beyond evangelism in Church planting the goal or a passing fad?
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A More Excellent Way?
One challenge in ministry is the need to see immediate results. Many missionary biographies end with stories of a growing local church and lives being transformed by the word of God. But this book is the story of a strong commitment to Jesus Christ in the midst of obstacles and opposition.
You’ve seen that Latin phrase, and like me, you probably bleeped right past it. Over the years, though, I’ve found it to be very helpful. It’s a Latin term that means “without which, it is not.” It’s used to describe the indispensable essence of a thing. We’re going to use it as we think about church.
J.D. Payne has written a book that is neither too long, nor too short, but just right for new practitioners of church planting. It is not written for an audience that is merely seeking inspiration, nor for an audience of missiologists who want to ask and answer every theological question related to church planting.