Monday, March 25, 2019
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
New faith communities do not fall out of the sky. They generally emerge slowly through the Spirit-guided vision, sweat, and intentional effort of followers of Jesus who believe that giving birth to new communities is, as Stanley Green puts it, "an essential part of our spiritual DNA as the body of Christ" (p. 1). The series of essays in this booklet cast a vision for church planting that takes seriously the obstacles one might face; the need for planning, networking, and coaching; and the specific goals and commitments required to see a result where the Spirit of Jesus and key Anabaptist values are evident. Readers will be challenged to consider participating in a church-planting initiative and are introduced to a variety of resources that could make such an effort happen.
Creating an Anabaptist church-planting culture
Edited by James R. Krabill
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